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Notifications: Condition Values

Very useful to utilize formulas in these conditions.
Please add the formula window to the value edit boxes and leverage formulas.
A good example would be Datecreated is less than 7 days old using all of the functions in the formula window.
  • Gregg Mercede
  • Nov 3 2014
  • Already exists
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  • Evgeniya Buriko (Analyst, Platform) commented
    29 Jun, 2018 01:08pm

    You can use Business Events instead of Notifications. Business events also allows to send email notifications in case of any changes occur or by the schedule. In the trigger conditions of event you can use formulas like @Today -7. Also Business event is based on GI, so you can filter documents using GI conditions which supports formulas, and send notifications only for those documents which supply with conditions.

    Also these is Notification Templates used in Business Events as email message template, where <foreach> loop is supported in notification text . 

  • Sergey Marenich commented
    4 May, 2018 01:40am

    I had 2 similar requests this week.

    General requiranments are following:

    1) Add conditions to some section so uses will be able to reuse same template little bit differently depend on document values.

    2) Add for-each loop in notification text. This will help to print document details in the notification body.

    Example:

    Document Header

    <foreach (ARTran)>

    Document details...

    </foeach>

  • Gregg Mercede commented
    4 May, 2017 04:52pm

    Still a valuable idea.