Enable/Disable Sheets Report on Final Email

General Introduction

Select a Mode

Mode 1: Create Approval Workflow Only

1.1 Add Static & Dynamic Recipients

1.2 Set Multi-level Workflow

1.3 Set Conditions for Recipient

1.4 Add Form Respondent

1.5 Request Response Edit

1.6 Check Tracking Report

1.7 Add & Use Recipient Group

Mode 2 & 3: Generate & Send PDF/document only

2.1 How to generate PDF/document

2.2 Common file template errors

2.3 Send PDF/documents to recipients

2.4 Send PDF/documents to respondents

Mode 4: Combine All Modes

3.1 Combine Modes – Setup File Template

3.2 Combine Modes – Add recipients

Email Settings & Features:

4.1 Options for Sending Final Email

4.2 Enable/Disable Sheets Report on Final Email

4.3 Show File Attachment Link On Emails

4.4 Resend Email to Recipient & Edit Recipient Email

4.5 Customize Email Template

4.6 Dynamic Fields of Custom Email Template

Team Plan:

5.1 Add/Remove Users 

5.2 Share Edit Permission

Additional Features: 

6.1 Set Reminder & Auto Approve/Reject

6.2 Resend All Pending Requests

6.3 Manage Forms in Dashboard

6.4 Unique Request Number

6.5 Approval Link Authentication

6.6 Transfer Forms Data

6.7 Transfer Paid Plan To Other User

Quotas & Billing

Refund Policy

Learn how to show or not show the Sheets report on final email.

In Create Approval Workflow or Combine All Modes, you can now decide whether to show the Google Sheets report on the final mail or not.

To do this, open the Configuration menu and select either Create Approval Workflow or Combine All Modes. Then, click the ‘Recipients‘ tab:

In the Advanced Options, now you can see a new option called ‘Show Sheets report on final email‘.

By default, this option is switched OFF, meaning that your recipients will not be able to see your Spreadsheet report on the final email.

However, if you want to share the report with other recipients, simply switch ON this option. Then your Spreadsheet report link will appear in the final email again.

*Note: Even if you enable ‘Show Sheets report on final email’ option, your recipients still need to ask you for permission if they want to access the link.

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