Get the right information in your document with markers

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    Cecile Malaterre

    I have asked Google Form to automatically collect the respondent's email addresses in my form settings, but this marker doesn't appear in the list... I can't find the way to re-use the e-mail address in the template. Form publisher does not recognize the column title of this field neither.

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    TJ Williams

    In my spreadsheet I have a field for "e-mail" that shows the email address of the account that submitted the info.  Is there a marker for that to put it on the document created?

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    Cédric SANOU

    Very useful! thanks for your effort!

    But you should probably immobilize your side navigation section

    " ARTICLES IN THIS SECTION".

    Because in case of long a article i have to scroll again to the top of the page to retrieve it and then choose the other section that interest me.

    Here is a screenshot of what i mean.

    (sorry for the bad english i use to talk french and i'm not very good in english)

     

     

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    Eshop (Edited )


    Hello,

    I have similar question like 2 people above. Is it possible to put in Form Publisher template some other hidden fields that are not directly in the Google Form - questionnaire?

    For example I would like to print on the label, that we create with Form Publisher, automatically generated Timestamp and Form Publisher Incerement. I tried to used columns headers fro mthe Google Sheet, but it does not recognize them as Markers.

    Thank you.

    Robert

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    Form Publisher Team

    Hi,

    @Eshop & @Cecile Malaterre & @TJ Williams: You can use the <<Username>>, <<Increment>> and <<Timestamp>> marker as explained in this article and : https://support.form-publisher.com/hc/en-us/articles/213652445

    @Cédric SANOU: Thanks for your feedback, we will try to improve this side navigation bar.

     

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    Rachel

    Hello! I created a form for employees to fill out after they meet with clients.  The fields are set up to put the information into the graphs and charts provided by Google.  This requires some fields to have the same name, so they go into the same pie chart.  Is there anything I can do to change the markers so they publish separately into the Form Publisher document, while still leaving the same field names on the form so Google Forms puts the results in the correct pie charts?

     

    For instance with each client, there may be several categories that were worked on between the coach and client.  Perhaps time management and Interviewing skills.  The field name is category, and it is shown twice so the coach can input more information for each category.  Google forms then makes a nice pie chart, showing the number of clients who worked on those categories, so they need to have the same field name.  But, when I go into form publisher it doesn't know how to handle two fields with the same name.

    Rachel

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    Form Publisher Team

    Hi,

    Unfortunately, all question have to be named differently so that Form Publisher works as expected. The only solution is to personalize each question with a different character.

      

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