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Dynamic Tokens

The usage of Dynamic Tokens allows user inputted data to be dynamically added to your custom Notification, Autoresponder, and Confirmation messages. All form fields can be accessed via Dynamic Tokens.

For example, you can insert a Dynamic Token in the message body to display the name entered in the Name First field of your form:

Welcome {entry:Field1} to EmailMeForm.

Assuming that Name is at Field1 and the name entered is Haider. This would be the message displayed:

Welcome Haider to EmailMeForm.

In order to add Dynamic Tokens to your custom Notification, Autoresponder, and/or Confirmation messages, please:

1. Login into your EmailMeForm account, you will be taken to the Form Manager screen.

2. Mouse over to your form, and click on "Options", and then the “Notifications”.

 

3. You can use dynamic tokens at multiple places. Following are the options:

 

a. Email Notifications: For adding dynamic tokens to email notification, click “Custom” under Subject in the Message detail section. Click “dynamic tokens”. Go to step 4.

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b. Autoresponder (Subject): To add dynamic tokens in the autoresponder subject, navigate to the “Autoresponder” section of the Notifications page. Click “Custom” under the Subject, and then click “dynamic tokens”. Go to step 4.

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c. Autoresponder (Message): For using dynamic tokens in autoresponder message, navigate to the “Autoresponder” section of the Notifications page. Click “Custom” under the Message and then click “dynamic tokens”. Go to step 4.

 

4. The "Add dynamic tokens" pop-up window will be displayed. You will see two types of Dynamic Tokens in the "Add dynamic tokens" pop-up window:

a. Form Tokens: Form fields and properties, such as Form ID, Name, Description and etc.

b. Field Tokens: All fields of your form, such as Name, Email, Paragraph Text fields, etc...

 

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Once you have located the Dynamic Token that you want to use, please select it, review your custom message, and then save the new form settings.

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