This release contains a few of the most commonly requested features, that many have been using custom code to accomplish.
Added WPML integration. Forms are now multilingual. Just installing WPML and the Formidable add-on they provide, and translate away. The pro version includes the quick translation page pictured above. This page can be reached when WPML is activated, by going to Form -> Edit -> Settings, and click the “Translate form” button near the top.
Send notifications when entries are updated. A check box has been added to the “Emails” tab of the form settings pages to “Automatically resend email notification when entries are updated. Both the regular email and autoresponders can be resent every time an entry is updated.
Allow dynamic dates in the frm-graph shortcode. There have been a lot of requests to only show data in graphs for the past 30 days, 1 week, or any number of other ranges. This can now be done dynamically using times recognized by the PHP strtotime function. Example: [ frm-graph id=x x_axis="created_at" x_start="-1 month"]
Multiple day event support. An event can now show multiple times on the calendar. The same content will show for each day. This can be setup by first, adding either a date field (for the event end date) or number field (for the number of days the event should show) to your form. Then, in the custom display settings, you can select this field as the “End date or day count.” Included with this change is an added ‘frm_show_entry_dates’ hook, where you can insert or remove dates an event will show on.
Improved unique dates. When a date field is marked as unique, any previously selected dates will not be selectable in the date picker. Another small step towards better booking forms.
Only accept certain file types. Each file upload field includes the option to choose which file types should be allowed in that field.
Export only checked entries. Added export to XML and export to CSV to bulk action dropdowns.
To see the full list of enhancements and changes, check out the changelog
To upgrade, visit the plugins page in your WordPress admin or follow the manual install instructions.