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Graham Quince

Email when a page is visited

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Just been asked by a school if they could have an alert when their policies page is visited.  The Email API requires a logged in user, but the Form widget does not.  Using this code in an HTML widget with a Form on the page, you can auto-submit the form and trigger an email:

}, 5000);

    div[data-content-uuid="FORM_WIDGET_UUID"] { /* Hides the form from view */
        display: none !important;


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