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    I want to send an auto responder email to the person who submits my form every time the form "status field" is changed?

    Asked by mbernier on September 24, 2015 at 01:24 PM

    When the person first submits the form the form status will be "submitted online".

    The the person is going to send the completed form, along with blue prints and other backup documentation in the U.S. Mail because most of the backup can't be copied.

    Then the adminstrator who will get the backup in the mail will go in and change the status to "Packet received by diocese".

    Then the administrator will determine which of our Level I approvers needs to approve it and will change the status to "Sent to Level I approver for review"


    So every time the status is changed to a new step, I want the person who submitted the form to get an email showing that new status so that they know where in the review process their project approval request is.

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    Answered by Welvin on September 24, 2015 at 04:06 PM

    You would need to setup a send email after submission conditional logic to have this in the form. But you cannot use an autoresponder because it won't work. You will need to create a notifier instead. Here's our guide on how to setup the conditional logic:


    Please get back to us if you need further assistance about this matter.