Besides the possibilities shown here, it’s also possible to:
•Divide the form in multiple pages
•Add an option for visitors to upload a file
•Send an email to the person who filled out the form
USING THE UT NO-REPLY EMAIL ADDRESS AS SENDER
If you want to make use of a non-existing employee/student email address, it’s also possible to use the UT no-reply email address. This prevents replies to the email sent by the form. You can configure this email address for the email that is sent to the person that fills out the form and for the finish page. Fil in the following sender details: Universiteit Twente no-reply <firstname.lastname@example.org>
AUTOMATIC PERSONALIZED REPLY
To do this, tag the relevant questions in the form (through their properties). Give the field ‘name’ the tag ‘name’, for example. You can then make a confirmation mail (a Word document) and use these tags to let Webpack fill in the content. Example: ‘Dear [questions_by_tag.name.answer]’ (without the apostrophes). Make sure the text in your Word document has the style ‘normal’, that’s the only way this will work.
If you want to add attachments to your email, include the Word document (which serves as the template) and the file(s) to include in the email in a single .zip file. Upload this .zip file where you would normally upload the Word document.
If you want to copy questions, hold the CTRL button on your keyboard and drag a question to another folder. This copies the question, instead of moving it. If you want to copy the form as a whole, download it to your computer and upload it to Webpack again.