How do I get individual applicants Unique ID's to automatically appear in their autresponder email?

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    Asked on January 25, 2011 at 06:56 AM

    I have autoresponer emails going to each person who submits a form. I would like their individual ID to appear in this email. How do I do this please?



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    Answered on January 25, 2011 at 09:03 AM

    If you're asking for a unique ID to be associated with the name of the user, I don't think there's any way to do that.

    If, on the other hand, you would like the unique ID of the user's submission to show up in the auto response message he receives in his inbox, that's no problem.

    While in your form's edit page, click Email Alerts > Autoresponder 1 (or whichever autoresponder you wish to edit) > Click the area of the message in which you wish the unique ID to appear > Of the four items below the separator line in the floating menu on the right (see screenshot of example form), click Unique ID (you will see {id} appear at the insertion point) > click Finish and save your changes.

    That's it. Your form's users will see the unique ID of their submission, where you placed it, in the auto response.

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    Answered on June 21, 2012 at 05:33 PM

    Hello, Dear Jotform Support

    I have a system that upon submission of the form, i want to provide my customers with a FREE DEMO login and passwords. I know that autoresponders can provide a specific email to every customer, but in my case all the usernames and passwords are different for each user. same users can't share the same username and Password. I want to send different usernames and passwords upon submission of the form. Like for Example:


    User1 submitted the form should get (USERNAME1, and PASSWORD1)

    User2 submitted the form should get (USERNAME2, and PASSWORD2)

    and so on...


    Can you please help me out and instruct me in building this kind of form?


    I will be pleased to hear back from your support.




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    Answered on June 21, 2012 at 06:22 PM


    JotForm does not have a feature that can help you accomplish that. Also, we do not allow creation of login and registration forms (involving usernames/passwords).

    Sorry but I don't think we can help you with your issue.