All possible combination into 1 email?

Tricky question here:

Imagine in a form, there is a question with 4 options (can be multiple answers - NOT radio buttons). Now depending on which combination of checkboxes are answered, the email sent to the person filling out the form is different.

For example:

Question: What is your favorite dessert?
Choices: Candy, Chocolate, Icecream, Bread

If a person chooses candy, the email must include the question “What is your favorite candy?”
If a person chooses chocolate, the email must include the question “What is your favorite chocolate?”
Same concept for Icecream and Bread.

If a person chooses Candy AND chocolate, then the email must include both questions.

Curious is there any way to create a good workflow for this besides making a router (and filter) with every possible combination?


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1. Screenshots of module fields and filters

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Hey Sam! I don’t have a workflow currently built for this question so wasn’t able to upload any of the modules.

Given your experience with Make was curious if this was something like this was even possible?

Yes, it should be possible.

I would suggest completing the Make Academy before jumping into building a scenario.

If you need specific assistance when you are building a scenario it’s easier to help you then.

Otherwise, you can also hire a professional by posting in the Professional Services category

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