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Thread began 4/03/2017 10:12 am by vanroojdotcom | Last modified 4/05/2017 1:53 pm by vanroojdotcom | 1026 views | 5 replies

vanroojdotcom

That's great. So after reading a little about it in your mini-tutorial – it is possible to set an email to trigger a message when an image has been uploaded and it is also possible to email out when a field in the database has changed – ie. If a field Called STATUS - is changed from "in progress" to "Finished" – an email would be sent "The image 'xyz_01' has been changed - its is now set to finished"

OK, just a few final questions – you don't need to give me the full instructions, just yes its possible.

1) You can change the actual FILENAME of an image (append a chosen name) so '10.jpg' becomes 'xyz_10.jpeg' by offering a filename field in the upload section.

2) Can you create a directory (folder) within your 'area' to move images into? This is not the Super Admin user (me) - just a regular user logging into to their "homepage" seeing a list of the images they have uploaded, and then needing to create a folder and move some of these images into it.

3) Also can the email state this information (with a link URL) "An image has been uploaded / amended in "Folder 01" click here to see the image

4) Can you upload multiple files and still retain the filename addition – upload 10 images and they all have 'xyz' at the beginning


No rush to get back to me, I really appreciate your help.

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