Modify the Answertable text in the admin notification email

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3 years 8 months ago #98320 by pedro1
I'm wanting to modify the text in the admin notification email to make it more readable, specifically the content of the {answertable}. At the moment alot of unecessary information about the responder is included and I'm just after the answer responses.

Limesurvey version 2.00+ Build 130611

I've seen a few related threads, many of which deal with older versions of Limesurvey, but none recently, and none that say what files are editable.

Happy to modify the .php files if somebody could point me in the right direction.

Thanks in advance

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3 years 8 months ago #98330 by DenisChenu
You can use all Expression Manager in "Admin notification" email templates.

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3 years 8 months ago #98347 by pedro1
Thanks Denis,

I try the below code in my admin email where "info", "treated", and "recommend" are the question codes but I get the email as per the screenshot. I was careful to add the expression into the source rather than pasting into the html window. Your advice would be greatly appreciated.

A new response was submitted for your survey '{SURVEYNAME}'.

The following answers were given by the participant:

{info.question}, {info.value}

{treated.question}, {treated.value}

{recommend.question}, {recommend.value}

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3 years 8 months ago #98348 by DenisChenu
Can you put this lss file to our bug report system please ?

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