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My form that is connected with Quiz App is not sending me the resultsAsked by max123jot on August 08, 2016 at 08:35 AM
quiz ans are there when i access the quiz app
but i had set it to send results to "2" emails
i am not getting them....
i had been on your "bouncy"? in the past, but i think you removed me from this
quiz app form email
The two recipients in the form are not bounced listed. I think the issue is caused by your form email settings, specifically the custom sender email. You are using Gmail, I would suggest switching it back to firstname.lastname@example.org. Gmail has updated their own DMARC policy and they don't support this method anymore.
You can also use the SMTP method instead: https://www.jotform.com/help/244-How-to-Setup-SMTP-for-a-Form.
made the changes you suggested, and seemed to work as shown below
my thought that as the quiz app asked for my email adr, that i should have
received the test results from that app, but have not
did you get this too
First Name Max
Last Name Maizels
E-mail Address email@example.com
How much time did you spend studying the materials before attempting this
< 30 minutesbet 30min-1hrbet 1-2 hrs> 2hours
Time spent studying the materials before attempting the test. [image: X] - -
What is your specialty? Pediatric Urology APN
Please give us your feedback on the e-Learning module.
strongly agreeagreeneutraldisagreestrongly disagree
Presentation was well organized [image: X] - - - -
Interactivity was helpful [image: X] - - - -
Skill will be useful [image: X] - - - -
The e-Learning was effective [image: X] - - - -
I would recommend this to a colleague [image: X] - - - -
Please share additional comments with CEVL
Please let us know what you consider the LAG TIMES to be.
2-6 seconds< 2 seconds> 6 secondsExtends into void phase
Normal [image: X] - - -
Prolonged - [image: X] - -
Shortened - - [image: X] -
Negative - - - [image: X]
1. Please identify the curve pattern. b. Interrupted
2a. Please identify the curve pattern. b. Interrupted
2b. Is there evidence of external sphincter dyssynergia? Yes
3a. Please identify the curve pattern. d. Plateau
3b. Is there evidence of external sphincter dyssynergia? Yes
4a. Please identify the curve pattern. b. Interrupted
4b. Is there external sphincter activity at the start of urination? Yes
4c. Is there abdomen straining at start of urination? Yes
4d. Does abdomen straining occur at other times during voiding? Yes
5a. Please identify the curve pattern. d. Plateau
5b. Is there detrusor sphincter dyssynergia? Yes
5c. What corresponds to the flattening of the peak of the flow curve? b.
6a. Please identify the curve pattern. a. Bell
6b. What is the pathognomonic feature of this curve pattern? a. Complete
cessation of flow of urine
7a. Please identify the curve pattern. d. Plateau
8a. Please identify the curve pattern. b. Interrupted
8b. The sudden change in the slope at the end of urination is due to: b.
9a. Please identify the curve pattern. b. Interrupted
9b. In what type of patient would this curve pattern be typical? a.
10a. Please identify the curve pattern. b. Interrupted
10b. This curve pattern is due to: a. External sphincter/detrusor
11a. Please identify the curve pattern. a. Bell
11b. This curve pattern is due to: a. External sphincter/detrusor
12a. Please identify the curve pattern. e. Tower
12b. This curve pattern is due to: b. Under-active bladder
13a. Please identify the curve pattern. b. Interrupted
13b. The increase in sphincter activity at the end of urination (yellow
ellipse) is due to: c. Internal sphincter/detrusor sphincter dyssynergia
14a. Where does urination terminate? b. Blue circle
14b. How does one confirm that urination ends? a. You don't hear any more
15. In evaluating the Uroflow-EMG Patterns, I was mostly confident that I
already knew the diagnoses, so I did not have to make intelligent
Looking more at the described issue it seems there might possibly be some confusion perhaps.
Are you not receiving all of the information being filled in with your form and email notification or just not receiving email notification at all when your form has been submitted to you?
Can you please confirm or clarify that for us? I am asking because of what you are showing above.
Additionally, according to your email history our servers are sending out the email notifications.
Have you tried checking your spam folder to see if they end up there by accident?
it is possible i do not understand the flow of data
- jotform sends me the data user entered - nice
- quiz app shows the user info as desired, and provides an excell download,
but i have not seen this info sent primarily to my form
perhaps, i misunderstood, that the quiz info would mimic the jotform info,
but also include correct/incorrect ans and % score
I have tried setting up a quiz form to send the results to different email addresses and was able to receive them without any issue. The submissions can be exported to Excel from the form submission view.
I assume that you have now understood that only the notification email contains the correct/incorrect answer along with the percentage score and not the actual form submission data.
If you are referring to something different, please let us know. We will be happy to assist.