Here is my Dilemma...
I am creating a survey "form" for my members to allow their customers to fill out. When completed, I want the form to be automatically sent to my member's email via the notification system.
Solution 1 was to create a new wp page and duplicate form for each member… then to use a pre-populated hidden field containing their email address to use for the notification routing. ( This creates lots of pages, lots of forms and complete HELL when it comes to modifying the survey)
Solution 2 was to create one form and a unique wp page for each member... then to use the SHORT CODE approach to insert the member email address into the hidden field to use for notification routing. ( This still creates lots of wp pages and a lot of manual input of the short code variable )
Solution 3 was to create one form and one wp page... then to use the QUERY STRING approach to insert the member email address into the hidden field to use for notification routing. ( This works in theory… but, the @ sign keeps being removed randomly by the browser/wordpress ???)
So, is there any way to store the email addresses in gravity forms (or elsewhere)… and use a different QUERY STRING (accountID) that will dynamically pull the email address from storage/list?)
Any help is appreciated…