- MorganBanvilleAsked on December 21, 2016 at 11:02 AM
I do not want to receive an email every time a form is submitted. We use this to collect Webpage content information and each submission is for a single page. We receive 5-100 submissions from each client.
I have my forms set to disable upon reaching a specified number of submissions. What I would like to put in place, is an email notification when they have reached the max number of submissions I've set on that particular form.
Is there a way to do this?
- BorisAnswered on December 21, 2016 at 11:56 AM
Yes, this is possible to set up with our forms, by using our Submissions Counter widget, a Text Box field to which we will forward the value of the widget, and a simple email condition, in conjunction with your submission limits.
Step 1. We set up submission limits on a form:
Step 2. We add the Submissions Counter widget:
Configure the widget to count down your remaining submissions:
Step 3. We use conditional logic to pass the value from this widget into a regular Text Box field:
This is required because conditional emails do not work well with the widget directly, but it works great with ordinary form fields such as Text Box.
Step 4. We set a up a conditional email notification, such that "IF Text Box is equal to 1, SEND email":
I have just tested this on my own forms, and it appears to be working as expected. Please try following the above steps, and let us know if it meets your requirements.
You may also want to take a look at the following demo form:
You can clone it into your own account for closer examination: