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How can I change "Edit Link" Auto Responder & Notification emails?Asked by Tellmemore on May 16, 2016 at 02:05 PM
If a sender uses the "Edit Link", can the new emails that our sent out show either their changes, or that it's a re-submission of their earlier form?
In other words, if the user originally indicated "yes" to a question, but now in his Edit Link submission, he says "no", can both the Auto Responder & Notification emails, somewhere on them, say:
"This is a re-submitted form"
When a submission has been edited, by default a new email is always sent with the word 'EDIT' in the subject to indicate it is for an edited submission. But this only work for Autoresponder notification.
If the submission is edited by a user, only the new entries will be kept in submissions page. Note that, it is still considered one submission.
What is the difference between
"When a submission has been edited" << Edited by who??
"When a submission has been edited by a user"
In any case, I just did a Edit Link test submission and the Subject line does not say "Edit". (ID339239233271200992)
Oh, now I see that just MY email says "EDIT", the sender's email does not. I was confused!
Can the sender's email also say Edit?
If you enable the Send on editing submissin option in the Autoresponder email, the form submitter can also receive the EDIT email every time.
Hope this is clearer. Let us know if you need further assistance.