Notification Templates determine the text, images, links and design elements that are in notifications.
Qrimp comes with the following default notification templates: UPDATE, CREATEACCOUNT, APPROVEACCOUNT, PASSWORDRESET, LOGIN, NEWMAIL, ACCOUNTREQUEST, New Suggestion, and New Comment On Suggestion. Use these default templates as the basis for your notifications. You can Copy these to create your own notifications. This will give you a head start on the content that can be displayed. You can also add new templates and start from scratch.
Update is by far the most frequently used notification template. This basic template can be used to inform users that new records have been added to tables in your database.
What's in a Template?
Notification templates rely heavily on Square Brackets to pull information from your database to the email in an automated fashion. Using Square Brackets you can show a user the name of the app in the email, which table and item was affected, which user made a change, the date the change was made, and more. Start with the default notification templates and copy/paste pieces of square brackets notation into your notifications.
CSS and HTML
Users familiar with CSS can also include the "<'style'>" tag to put design elements in the notification, such as fonts, colors, borders, backgrounds and more. Depending on the user's email client, the styles may show up differently. If a recipient shows text-only emails, these design settings may not make it through.