Does anyone have a walkthrough of email designer? On the surface, it seems easy to setup and get going. In reality, I can’t get much of it to work at all:
- confirmation email - I put [brf_confirmation] in the Pro Forms email confirmation content. All I see in the email that is sent is that written value. I’ve tried using the # as part of the form_id in the actual template variable. I’ve tried without. Neither seems to work.
- got turnstile setup - when I submit my form I just get an error to hold on while it processes the form. I cannot get a successful form submission with that turned on
- I enable “no duplicates” and yet I get duplicates.
@Daniele or anyone? It’s been two weeks and I still cannot get this working unless I select one template for all emails, which obviously won’t work very long as I continue building.
Here from the changelog:
Email Designer: [brf_confirmation] not needed anymore
Removed the need to add [brf_confirmation] for Bricks Confirmation Emails.
I’ll give that a go! It’s still in the documentation so new users like me would have no idea about that.
yeah, still no luck. When I choose specific Bricks form and put in the ID, I get nothing in my email when I test. The regular email goes out, just not the confirmation email. I’ve tried with a hashtag, and without.
It can’t be this hard.
“ID” means not the HTML element ID. The syntax is
form_id, for example
203df94. If you did not change the original ID and your ID is
#brxe-abcdef, the ID you need to enter there is:
abcdef. If you did change the ID to a custom one, you still can find the ID inspecting the element in the DOM. It’s saved under the data-attribute
I admit we could describe it more clear in the documentation
I did change the id to waitlistForm. I tried it with and without the #. It doesn’t send the confirmation email.
How I described,
waitlistForm is not a script ID. Inspect your DOM and search for the
data-script-id of your form:
My apologies. I didn’t understand what you meant without the screenshot. I’m not a developer anymore.
So, according to what you’ve illustrated, my ID for this form is odyykg regardless of the form id I specified. Got it. Changed it in my email designer after switching to specific Bricks form.
Now when I fill out the form on the front end, I don’t get any emails at all, regular email nor confirmation. It actually got less functional.
I’m honestly about to give up.
Feel free to send me access. I can add a general setup for you you can overlook later
Messaged you again. Thank you.