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How can I add a unique title to the Terms and Conditions widget submission?Asked by calkeyboards on October 14, 2016 at 03:38 PM
What we're looking to do is either:
a) Create a title field that shows up in the email submission (right now, it doesn't show at all; just the word 'accepted' in the second column). If we attempt to add a title manually, it won't show.
b) Change the phrase 'accepted' to something else (such as 'EULA accepted')--it's too vague for our purposes in order to verify a registrant selected the terms and conditions box.
What can we do?
How about using another widget to construct the text/title you want. It will do appear on another field/column on the resulting submission -- but I do not see any downside to that.
Example, use the Calculation widget to have another field become the container for the title/text of the Terms/Conditions widget.
You can just hide the calculation widget so that it will not be seen on the live form.
I believe this workaround addresses the 2 options (a,b) you mentioned.
Hope this help. Let us know if you need further assistance.
Thanks for your help! I think it will do nicely. :-)
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