Email

 

The Email control allows users to enter an email address into a form field.

Note: You can arrange up to six of this control on a single row in the form.

Setting Description
Title

The name of the field that is displayed on the published form.

Customize

Switch toggle to Yes, to enable customization of the variable Name of the form control.

Name

(This field becomes configurable only when you switch the Customize toggle to Yes.)

Customizes the name of the variableA placeholder that stores changes each time the workflow runs, such as the information entered in a form, or the name of a file. You can also create variables to store information you use in the workflow, such as an email address. for the field. If the name is not customized, the Title will be used as the variable name.

Default value

The value which automatically populates the field when the form loads.

Click in this field, and then click Insert to launch the Formula builder where you can create variables with applied formulas. The calculated value becomes the default value.

Required

Mandates entry of a value before the form can be submitted.

Custom required message

(Displays when you select Yes in Required)

The validation text which displays below the field when a value is not entered into the field and the user attempts to change page or submit the form.

Visible

Shows the field on the published form when loaded.

Read-only

Displays the field on the published form but does not allow user input.

Placeholder

Default text displayed in the field on the published form. This default text disappears when the user types the first valid character inside the field.

Description

Helper text displayed below the field on the published form.

Tooltip

The message which appears when users hover their cursor or touch the information icon beside the Email control in the form.

Shrink Reduces the width of the Email control in a row of other form controls.
Expand Increases the width of the Email control in a row of other form controls.
Border color

Border color to apply to the field.

To select a color, click the color box and use the color picker to specify the color you want. You can click on the color map to select the color or enter the Hex code.

To revert back to the global style, click the Reset to global style button.

Control fill

The color to fill the inside of the field.

To select a color, click the color box and use the color picker to specify the color you want. You can click on the color map to select the color or enter the Hex code.

To revert back to the global style, click the Reset to global style button.

Control input color

Color of input into field.

To select a color, click the color box and use the color picker to specify the color you want. You can click on the color map to select the color or enter the Hex code.

To revert back to the global style, click the Reset to global style button.

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