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Can I edit the email format I receive when a form is submitted?Asked by jhpeterson on August 06, 2015 at 05:08 PM
i am trying to connect to a postal printing package to generate a postage sticker; however, it grabs the data from the email that is received - including the sub-header text. this will not compute by the program.
can i get rid of the headers when the email is sent, but leave them for the display to the customer?
I understand that you want to edit the content of the email notification being received after your form is submitted. It is possible to edit the email content from the email setup wizard.
Email setup wizard can be accessed by clicking on Emails icon and selecting the notification.
Once you complete the editing of the content, finish the wizard and save your JotForm. Hope this information helps. If you are referring to something different, please let us know. We will be happy to help.
i actually wanted to create an email with just the city and state fields of the address included only. not the entire address. is there some html or css code to access the individual fields inside the address block. i see:
#input_42_addr_line1, #input_42_addr_line2, #input_42_city, #input_42_state, #input_42_postal, #input_42_country
can i do anything with these separately?
Yes, you can. Here's the guide on how to strip the address field headers: http://www.jotform.com/help/92-How-to-Strip-Headers-from-Postal-Addresses-in-Email-Alerts.