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KaitlynStanley
Qrew Trainee
6 months ago

New Forms Modal Message Adding HTML?

I am redoing our forms thus, I am moving over to the new forms. I have a pop-up message on my legacy form that utilizes some HTML. It's a safeguard to stop our end-users from just clicking okay without reading the message (which they were doing originally when it was just plain text). 

With the new forms, I tried doing the same in my new Form Rule but it just shows it as plain text. Is there a way to achieve this with the new forms? Or is this no longer a feature?

Example of what we want:
<Center>
<img height = 100px src="image_link">
<p style="color:red; font-size:25px;">SKIPPED Steps</p>
<p>Please review the <span style="color:red;">Skipped Step</span><strong>BEFORE</strong> starting the Payroll Process.</p>



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1 Reply

  • Have you looked at the official Quickbase code page app? It has some examples

    Quickbase Code Page Pop-up examples

    If you have a checkbox in the message you want them to read, you could set up a pipeline so if that checkbox is clear the user is prompted again to review it. Not technically a popup but has the same effect. 

    I am certainly no expert, but I hope this helps.



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