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Modify Checkbox Display when checked/unchecked (email)

Hi everyone,

Newbie here. Currently creating an app to create document requests.

I use checkbox to label the request as URGENT when checked. However when the request is sent through email, it only shows "true"(when checked) and then "false" when unchecked.

 

Is there a way we could modify it?

 

Thank you!

 

 

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@Anonymous 

 

I am glad this worked for you. To add a space, please update the expression to: 

 

Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2("myEmail@email.com",TextInput1 & Product_Input_1RichTextEditor3_1 & If(Sensitivity_1.Value, "Yes","No") & " " &If(Urgency_1.Value, "Yes","No"),  {Attachments:RenameColumns('ATTACHMENTS HERE_1'.Attachments, "Value", "ContentBytes")})g

 

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Hi @Anonymous 

 

Yes, to configure this instead of using CheckBoxName.Value, you can use below expression:

 

If(CheckBoxName.Value, "Yes","No")

Here, I have used Yes when the checkbox is checked and No when it is un-checked, you can update the expression as per your requirements.

 

 

Hope this Helps!

 

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Anonymous
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Hi @yashag2255 , is this expression to be added in Default?

 @Anonymous 

 

This expression will be added in the Email Body where you were placing the input for checkbox earlier. 

 

 

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Anonymous
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Hi @yashag2255 , it doesn't seem to work. Tried to just copy what you have recommended: If(CheckBoxName.Value, "Yes","No")

 

I put it back to just: CheckBoxName in the email body. It works OK, but still is giving me "True" if checked and "False" is unchecked.

 

Maybe it should be presented differently?

 

 

 

@Anonymous 

 

Can you please share the expression that you have used in the Email Body? This way I will be able to help you better.

 

 

Hope this Helps!

 

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Anonymous
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Hi @yashag2255 ,

 

This is the expression I used: 

 

Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2("myEmail@email.com",TextInput1 & Product_Input_1, RichTextEditor3_1 & Sensitivity_1 & Urgency_1,  {Attachments:RenameColumns('ATTACHMENTS HERE_1'.Attachments, "Value", "ContentBytes")})

 

The name of the checkbox is: Urgency_1

 

 

 

@Anonymous 

 

Can you update the expression to:

 

Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2("myEmail@email.com",TextInput1 & Product_Input_1RichTextEditor3_1 & If(Sensitivity_1.Value, "Yes","No") & If(Urgency_1.Value, "Yes","No"),  {Attachments:RenameColumns('ATTACHMENTS HERE_1'.Attachments, "Value", "ContentBytes")})

 

 

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Anonymous
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Super, it worked! thank you @yashag2255 🤗

Although, it looks: YesYes, is there a way to have space between them?

 

@Anonymous 

 

I am glad this worked for you. To add a space, please update the expression to: 

 

Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2("myEmail@email.com",TextInput1 & Product_Input_1RichTextEditor3_1 & If(Sensitivity_1.Value, "Yes","No") & " " &If(Urgency_1.Value, "Yes","No"),  {Attachments:RenameColumns('ATTACHMENTS HERE_1'.Attachments, "Value", "ContentBytes")})g

 

If your issue is solved, please mark the thread as solved, so that it is helpful for others as well.

 

 

Hope this Helps!

 

If this reply has answered your question or solved your issue, please mark this question as answered. Answered questions helps users in the future who may have the same issue or question quickly find a resolution via search. If you liked my response, please consider giving it a thumbs up. THANKS!

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