I am new to Make and I am hoping to get some help. I am working on creating a scenario in which a jotform submission triggers box folder creations, google sheet rows, and ends with sending an email.
I have the scenario active and submitted an example submission and have not received any notification that the scenario worked. I tried to run it once and it just spins forever.
I attached a screenshot of my scenario. I have checked all my connections too.
The trigger module looks like it is waiting on data. You either need to create a new jotform submission/record or you need to right-click on the trigger module and select “Choose where to start”
I would select Choose Manually and select a single record to run a test.
Once you confirm everything else is working as expected you can choose a date or earlier record to begin processing old records, if you have any.
@Malkier’s advice is close but not entirely correct.
You only need to create a new submission for the scenario to run - this is because the Trigger module is an “INSTANT” Webhook.
You cannot manually select past data/records to run with.
For more information on Jotform “Watch for Submissions” webhook module, see https://www.make.com/en/help/apps/surveys-and-forms/jotform#set-up-jotform-webhooks
For more information on “INSTANT” triggers, see https://www.make.com/en/help/modules/types-of-modules#triggers-935210
HI @samliew thanks for the reply!
So I did make some new submissions and nothing happened still. My attached screenshot on my post was after I had submitted a jotform submission.
Hi all! I ended up working, I had the wrong webhook linked.
Now I am having trouble getting the file uploaded to my jotform to be uploaded to a box folder
Hello there @Kelly_May welcome to the community
Just stepping in to say congrats on getting this up and running and thanks a lot for keeping us updated on your progress
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