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Built-in Data

Every Form entry includes a number of built-in data fields that are available for use in your templates as well.

 

Additionally we provide built-in fields to access company level settings.

 

These built-in values are easily inserted into your template by using the {{%BUILTIN_NAME}} placeholder syntax.

 

The built-ins available are as follows:

 

{{%ORGID}}
Inserts the unique integer identifier of your company account on our platform.

 

{{%ORGNAME}}
Inserts the name of your company as setup in the Organization Setup.

 

{{%ORGLETTERHEAD}}
Inserts your organization letterhead image as setup in the Organization Setup.  
If no letterhead is found, the organization logo image is used (if any exists).

 

{{%ENTRYID}}
Inserts the integer number of this entry.  The number is unique by Form code.


{{%ENTRYGUID}}
Inserts the unique identifier string of this entry.  The identifier string is unique across all Forms and all entries.

{{%USERFIRSTNAME}}
Inserts the first name of the user that completed the Form

{{%USERLASTNAME}}
Inserts the last name of the user that completed the Form

{{%USEREMAIL}}
Inserts the email address of the user that completed the Form

 

{{%USEREXTERNALID}}
Inserts the external Id of the user that completed the Form


{{%STARTTIME}}
Inserts the date and time that the user started the Form entry

{{%COMPLETETIME}}
Inserts the date and time that the user completed the Form entry

{{%COMPLETELAT}}
Inserts the GPS latitude (in decimal degrees) of the user when completing the entry

{{%COMPLETELON}}
Inserts the GPS longitude (in decimal degrees) of the user when completing the entry


{{%COMPLETEMAP}}
Inserts a map image for the GPS co-ordinates of the user when completing the entry

 

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    Phil Ward

    What if I want to join First and Last name data fields into 1 output cell?

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    Forms On Fire Support

    Please use this if you want a space between FIRST NAME and LAST NAME:

     

    concat({{%USERFIRSTNAME}},' ',{{%USERLASTNAME}}

     

    If you have trouble using this anywhere, it may be a good idea to create a text field or hidden field called fullName and use a Dynamic Value of the above syntax to store the Full Name.

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