Capitalizing the First Letter of Every Word of the E-mail Response

Last Update: July 5, 2014

Sometimes, there are instances that you wish that it would be consistent the 1st letters of the name or every word in your e-mail notification to appear as capitalized.  To do this you will need to add CAPITALIZE: in the field tags or variable.


Example:

{fullName} should be changed to {CAPITALIZE:fullName}

Here's an actual screenshot of the modified e-mail alert settings so for you to know how it looks like:

Once done with the modification, click the Finish button to save your form notification. Please be sure to also hit "Save" button in the form builder to save your entire form changes.


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3 Comments...

mgcaledonian13 - December 22, 2013 at 10:50 AM    

Thanks for that.
So the same should apply to UPPERCASE then for all alphabetical to APPEAR
{UPPERCASE:fullname}
I got the Capitalize to work OK but Uppercase is problem now.

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Alvin R. - March 21, 2014 at 03:33 AM    

But isn't that will enable empty/blank fields to be shown? How do I avoid this?

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4rreeaall - April 11, 2014 at 05:34 PM    

I want an autoresponder to include the first name of the person who submitted the form, but I want the first letter capitalized. Right now my form says {name:first}, how do I adjust it properly to add the CAPITALIZE feature?
I figure it's not just {CAPITALIZE:name:first} but please let me know.
Thanks!

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Hi