I'm finding myself in need of different Message Start Events for Forms, and I'd love to see this as an added functionality in the future.
Ultimately, what I'm ending up with is three different processes, just so that I can have a slightly different look and feel on the submission. And I have to be really careful with changes, to make sure the changes are done the same in all three processes. The whole thing is annoying, but I don't have a better solution with current functionality.
What I'd like to see enhanced is the ability to set the default start event as it does now, this is what would be triggered by the Start Process menu and by the primary form URL, but then the ability to add additional Message Start Events to the process, that are flagged as secondary start events, that are triggered via a different URL, and can display a different form. With that change, I could have a single process, with all three version of the start included.
The ability to have secondary start events of the other types (timer, workflow, etc.) could also be helpful, and could open up options to have alternate process flows, etc. But I'm less concerned with that, than the Message Start Events, and being able to have different versions of the form for the different URLs.
There is talk that we could have additional division(s) opening in the coming few years, so this problem is going to get harder for me, not easier. This functionality would help so much to manage this kind of stuff.
I'm on Version 11.0.2212.30907 currently.
Thank you for your consideration.
EDIT TO ADD: Additionally, since Workflow cannot push an attachment into a Form process - even if copied from another form - I can't currently have attachments in these website submissions without requiring manual intervention for an employee to receive them and attach them to the new form instance, or doing a weird workaround with the attachments in the repository. So this enhancement would improve that situation as well, since the submission would be part of the same process and not be required to be submitted as a separate process.