MoreApp automatically adds a standard email to every form. Configure the sender, recipients, and the subject line.
Once you're logged into the MoreApp Platform you can get started. You can make for example a Checklist. Select the form you would like to edit and click on Edit Form. To configure the email you will need to go to the Email tab and by the From field, you insert the name of the sender.
In the Reply To field, you type in the email address to whom you want to reply to. You can add one or more recipients by the To field, in order to add multiple recipients you will need to separate each email address with a comma. If you would like to have a dynamic recipient you will first need to add an Email-widget to your form. Under the Email tab, click on Add recipient and select the Email-widget, you can also choose an e-mail address that is used in a Radio-, Lookup- or Search-widget.
3. CC & BCC
In the CC and BCC field you can fill in one or more email addresses to whom you want to send the form, separated with commas. A carbon copy (CC) is an email that is copied to one or more recipients. Addresses in the To field and the CC'd recipients can see all the addresses the message was sent to. But when a message is blind carbon copied (BCC), neither the main recipient nor the Bcc'd recipients can see the addresses in the BCC field.
In the Subject line you can fill in the subject of the email, here you can also use Placeholders. In the body of the email you will see a drop-down menu named Placeholders, you can choose one of these to add to your subject line. You can also type the text that you would like to have visible in the email.
5. Email content
In the body of the email, you can customise it to your liking with your preferred text, you can also use Placeholders. You can even use an HTML code designed in MailChimp to customise your email. Once you're finished editing click on Save & Publish. Additionally, you can configure the PDF settings in the Email tab. For more information about how to configure the PDF attachment go to How to configure your PDF attachment.
It is possible to add emoji's to your email. You can add them in the From and Subject fields and also in the email body. Mac users can use the cmd + ctrl + space shortcut. Windows users can copy and paste emoji's from the internet.
You have now successfully configured your e-mail.
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