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How to show images on email messages rather than showing a download promptAsked by chik on November 20, 2013 at 08:10 PM
I have three upload sections in one of my forms. I've been testing uploading to all three.
When I check my inbox inside jotform.com all three show up.
But when the email notiifcation comes in, only one shows up attached.
What am I missing?
Thank you, Chik
Unfornately, I wasn't able to produce the issue on my end upon checking one of my form. Can you please share to us URL of your Form which you're having problem with for further assistance?
Here is the link. Again, I get the first upload attachement. But not the next two in the form.
JotForm Support Manager
We just released the feature.
You can now decide to whether show a download prompt or show the images right on your browser upon receivinDefault value setting on Upload File buttons is "Yes" to show a download prompt
But if you do not want to show the download prompt, but just show the image in your email alert do this:
at the lower part of the window, Change the option for Download Images to "No"
By setting this, next time you get an image, a new tab will open for you to view the images rather than getting a download prompt
Note: Allowed formats to be viewed on the browser are jpg, gif, and png files.