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Manage visibility options for Content fields in an alert template

  1. On the
    Alert Template Settings
    screen, click the
    Content
    tab.
  2. In the
    Enable
    section, select the options beside each of the content options that you want to make visible to users who are creating alerts based on this alert template. You can show or hide any of the following options for content:
    • Response Options
      : Select this option if you want users creating alerts from this alert template to be able to include response options in the alert.
    • Add Bilingual
      : Select this option if you want to enable operators to send an alert in two languages.
    • Location
      : Select this option  if you want users creating alerts from this alert template to be able to designate a specific location for the alert on a map. This option must be selected to enable geofence targeting.
    • Is Location Mandatory
      : Select this option if you want to make it mandatory for users creating alerts from this template to select a location for the alert.
    • Attachments
      : Select this option if you want users to be able to include attachments in an alert. Users can then include documents, videos, and image files in alerts.
    • Dropbox
      : Select this option if you want users to be able to add attachments to their alerts. These attachments would be available to alert recipients through a link in the alert that opens a file stored in Dropbox.
  3. In the
    Visibility in Alert
    section, do one of the following:
    • Select
      Show Content Section
      , then select the check boxes beside each option that you want to make available to users who are creating alerts from the alert template.
      • Select
        Show as initially collapsed
        if you want the Content section to display in its collapsed state when the alert template is first opened by the alert creator.
      • Select
        Show as read-only and prevent publisher from editing
        if you want the alert creator to be able to see the Content section without being able to edit it.
    • Select
      Hide Content Section
      if you do not want users who are creating alerts from the alert template to be able to see the Content section.
      If a section is not ready, you cannot make that section read-only or hide it.
  4. Click
    Apply
    .