We want the ability to insert and capture instructional and/or terms-of-agreement text on a form. This information would be displayed when users complete the form AND be included in the emailed version of the submitted form.
The end result is having an emailed version of a form that closely resembles the online form that the end user completed. Currently any instructional text that I (admin) display to a user on the top of a form page get stripped from the emailed version created on submit.
In the Form Builder:
Admin would have an option to insert an "informational text" field on the form. The admin would then type in the static text they want displayed on the form. The admin would control where this information appears on the form by inserting the new field type before, among or after other fields that collect user input. We'd want the ability use multiple "informational text" fields within a single form.
As the form is displayed for completion:
The form would display the static "informational text" to the user. The text would display on the form in the position (order of fields) the admin defined when building the form.
On the emailed version of the form:
The static informational text is included in the email that captures the values submitted by the user. The text displays in the position (order of fields) the admin defined when building the form.