Allow HTML markup in custom rule email results
Please allow html markup in "Email each recipient in query results"
It's nice that we can use it in the other emails but not having it here doesn't allow a uniform look (brand)
Completed in SMA 9.1
Any new news with this? It would be great to have.
Nancy Cunningham commented
YES - PLEASE provide the ability to use HTML formatting in emails created via rules. We also have the problem of not being able to include our logo - and I would also like to place links on selected text, instead of having to list the entire URL. This will allow all of our ticket-related messages to have a consistent, professional look and feel. Thank you!!
Also, I've encountered another problem in emails created with custom rules: It seems that colons (:) and use of variables ($fieldname) can cause the next word to start on a new line.
James Richard commented
Please allow this. We are in the process of online form submissions that are in HTML. Please
Kathy Gilbert commented
I vote YES!!!!! for HTML/Markdown availability in ticket rules. All outgoing emails from our Support Portal include our company logo EXCEPT for the ticket rule emails. This is not professional or consistent. Please add this feature in the next release.
Would also like to know if this is actually under consideration.
John Pankey commented
Any update on this feature?
Chris Burgess commented
With 6.3 we have HTML formatting for SOME emails, but the option is not available for the outbound email under a Custom Ticket Rule. This really would help a lot since we use custom ticket rules to change tickets and email ticket owners when a ticket is updated.
Matthew van Vooren commented
I think it's very strange that there is no option for html mail in a ticket rules. It feels like the HTML mail feature is not implemented because we can't use it anywhere we want.
Tom Schaper commented
It would be very nice if we could add HTML tags to the text area. That way we could format some of the text in the comment area. I would love to add a <PRE> tag to keep our spacing intact.