Hello JotForms-Team,I'm a web administrator and I just tested your wish

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    Tobias Herzog
    Asked on November 23, 2011 at 04:59 AM

    Hello JotForms-Team,

    I'm a web administrator and I just tested your wishbox. It's great, thanks.

    Still I have one request, that would make my life much easier.

    When somebody sends me his feedback (e.g. issue with one of our websites), I most certainly have to go to this website to check the problem or the effect of my solution.

    For this it would be greate to have the websites Url in the notification Email that I get after a submitted feedback.

    Thanks anyways



    This is a re-post of a comment on Wishbox Released: Get Feedback From Web Site Visitors

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    liyam
    Answered on November 23, 2011 at 05:21 AM

    You can add the website URL to the email notification by logging in to your JotForm account then do the following steps:

    1. Edit your Wishbox form
    2. Click Email Alerts
    3. Click Wishbox Notifications, An email alert wizard will appear
    4. Modify the content of your notification to your own preference.  You can add or delete some details in there.

    5. Click the finish button
    6. Save the form

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    egeg
    Answered on November 23, 2011 at 08:09 AM

    Hi Tobias, if you're referring to a domain(eg: example.com), you can do it by typing the sites url yourself in the notification area as liyam has shown already. Then, you can just create different Wishboxes on different sites with different notification emails.

    But I'm guessing that you're referring to the specific URL where the screenshot was taken.(eg. example.com/about). Unfortunately, it does not exist as a feature in Wishbox right now. Although i gotta say that it's a great idea, so i've added it to our requests list. Thanks.

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    tobiwan
    Answered on February 08, 2012 at 07:18 AM

    Hi Egeg,

    I would like to add the Wishbox functionallity to our web-based CRM system. This way my users could easily report a problem by taking a screenshot and sending their message to me.

    As you mentioned in your post above, it would be extremely convenient to have the link/url of the page, where the user ran into a problem, in the Email notification.

    This would save me so much time.

    Kind regards

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    serkan
    Answered on February 08, 2012 at 10:33 AM

    Ok, this is a tricky one but I'm sure you can handle this.

    1) Add a new hidden field to your form
    2) Name it Page URL, jotform will generate a template name for this field it should be {pageURL} but just to make sure create an e-mail check the tag name here, let's assume it's {pageURL}
    3) On your wishbox embed code, add a new option called iframeParameters ang set pageURL to window.location.href See the example:

     

    <script src="//www.jotform.com/min/?g=feedback2" type="text/javascript"></script>

    <script type="text/javascript">

        new JotformFeedback({
            formId       : "**********",
            buttonText  : "Wishbox",
            base          : "http://www.jotform.com/",
            background  : "#F59202",
            fontColor    : "#FFFFFF",
            buttonSide  : "bottom",
            buttonAlign  : "right",
            type          : false,
            width         : 380,
            height        : 380 ,
    iframeParameters : {
                   pageURL :  window.location.href
              }
    });

    </script>

    This should prepopulate hidden field with current page url. You can also use the same technique to store username or other veraibles on the page.