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    I posted before about how to get notification of email address, and understood the reply that this will be added in the upcoming version. But I've been trying to add more fields to forms and am finding the same problem. I'm new to WPUF-Pro. Am I doing something wrong?

    I add, for example, a checkbox field to the form, then in notifications, I add %custom_checkbox%, but when I receive the notification mail, there is just a blank space. Also, should I be able to find the inputted info somewhere else?

    Any help will be appreciated!


    Oritro Ahmed
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    Hello Michael,

    When you are adding a checkbox, It became a Custom Field for WordPress. And You have to use a action hook to save the value first, then it can be used in the mail notification.

    Please check this document first, You will have a understanding of how the Action hook really work. http://docs.wedevs.com/using-action-hook-field/


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    Thank you, Mr.Ahmed

    I'm afraid I'm out of my depth, here and you'll need to be patient with me
    as I'm not a professional developer and haven't got much further than HTML.
    I could not understand what do to based on that link. Does it mean I
    have edit PHP files? What I need to know is just how to make a form with
    text fields and checklists and so on and get notification of the details
    submitted by users. Is there a way to do this for novices like me…?



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