I've created a form using Survey123 Connect that contains electric meter information. Within the form, I have added "date" field which allows me to select some future date. This future date lets me know when I need to change the battery in our meters. I use Integromat for all my notifications using the Survey123 module coupled with the Send Email module.
What can I use to integrate with Survey123 and Integromat to send me an email notification when this future date has been reached?
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I suggest creating a Google spreadsheet with the columns you want to log first, and in your Google Sheet module, change the mode to "Spreadsheet and Sheet", select the google spreadsheet and sheet, and then map out each field with the corresponding feature\attributes from survey123 data. See image:
Hey Jeff Davis,
You could write a python script that takes care of the email sending. I would write a script that checks todays date and the date field in your feature layer. If the date is the same or within the time window you send an email. You can then use the windows task scheduler to schedule the task to run daily.
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Thank you for responding to my post.
I must seem somewhat like a broken record, but...I am not a JSON manipulator either.
However, your suggestion of using Google Sheets has me curious. Is that a module in Integromat?
No worries. Yes Google Sheets is a module in integromat. You can choose the "Add a row" function when a survey is submitted/edited to populate the spreadsheet, you can create a separate scenario to "Search Rows" for the date criteria, and send an email based on those matches.
Hope this helps.
I've attached a screen capture illustrating the current scenario I've created in Integromat that supplies an email notification based on a submitted/edited survey from Survey123.
Would Google Sheets be integrated within this scenario or be a stand-alone scenario?