Autogenerate and send emails 
Generate and send emails including meeting summaries, contracts or meeting invitations.

In the node Email, you can send emails to your participant. An email button will appear during the Idiligo online conversation. The host of the online conversation will get a copy of this email.


Let's look at the technical implementation in Idiligo.

In the section Phase 2: Implementation (in Idiligo) you have copied the code with the three dots (...) into your script:

Now replace the three dots (...) with the following code:

<node id="Autogenerate_and_send_emails" type="Email">
<name>Autogenerate and send emails</name>

<templateCode>email01</templateCode>
<attachments>
    
<attachment fileCode="pres01" attach="true" />
    <attachment templateCode="att01" attach="true" />
</attachments>

</node>

That´s how it looks in Idiligo.

Code
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Description
My first script
Flow XML
<flow>
<nodes>
<node id="Autogenerate_and_send_emails" type="Email">
<name>Autogenerate and send emails</name>

<templateCode>email01</templateCode>
<attachments>
    
<attachment fileCode="pres01" attach="true" />
    <attachment templateCode="att01" attach="true" />
</attachments>

</node>

</nodes>
</flow>

After copying it, do the following:

1. Make sure the node id is unique. Give it a name / number or combination of both (here: Autogenerate_and_send_emails).

2. You can give the node a descriptive name (here: Autogenerate and send emails). This name will also be the subject of the email.

3. Make sure the templateCode is referring to the code in the 'template library' (here: email01). An attachement can be a file from the 'document library' (here: pres01), a template from the 'template library' (here: att01) or an uploaded document (eg. uploadId="doc01") while the online conversation.

Now check the script by running it...click 'Start new session'.