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How can I stop email notifications for form amendments?Asked by braj on May 20, 2015 at 05:54 PM
I love Jotform
Just one thing I need sorted for me.
I love the email notifications setup but I don't want it to send notifications when I make an amendment or edition to an existing filled out form.
Can you help me with that?
I am sorry but I am not sure I get the question correctly.. please reiterate if necessary.
From what I understand so far, I think you were referring to stopping the form's submission Notification E-mail from sending.
You can delete the Notifier in the form to stop the email noticed from sending. See image below on how to.
Hope this help. Please let us know if further assistance is needed.
When you review submissions, and you decide to edit filled in data on a specific form then you update the form with new corrected info. it sends fresh notification emails.
I do not want it to do that. I only want it to send notification emails on a fresh submission. Not when I edit and update the submitted form data.
You can try adding conditional logic to your email notifications instead. Let's say when "Opened by" is equal to "Dylan", then only send the notifications to specific email addresses. Here's a guide that you can check: How to send notification to specific email address based on user input.
List of Notifications:
-Notification 1 without edit link.
-Notification 2 with edit link.
-If "Opened by" is equal to "Client" then send Notification 1 and Notification 2.
-If "Opened by" is equal to "Dylan" (which I assume a person that could edit), then send Notification 2 only.
With that, you can limit the notifications to where to send it. Or you can also use other input fields as a basis other than the one I mentioned.
Do let us know if that works.