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Operating with multi-select fields in Confiforms IFTTT

I am playing with Confiforms multiselect fields and was wondering how to access members in that array so that I can pass them to another IFTTT service url as parameter. See the example below:


  1. I transform multi-select array in this way in the format I need
    • [entry.multi.transform(label).join(&name=)]
  2. It makes the result in an array and adds &name= in between:
    • Element1 Name&name=second Name1&name=one More Name
  3. I add transformed array to 'Service URL' (one of the options):
    • /groups?permission=PROJECT_WRITE&name=[entry.multiWrite.transform(label).join(&name=)]
    • /groups?permission=PROJECT_WRITE&name=[entry.multiWrite.transform(label).join(&name=)]
  4. Then the error result the text is different:
    •  all the spaces are replaced with +, e.g. 'Element1+Name'
    •  &name= is replaced to %26name%3D
    •  &name= is replaced to %26name%3D


Is it possible to turn off this unnecessary character transformation?

If not, then how can I access element one by one and fire a lot of IFTTT actions depending on the size of multiselect if this is not possible? 



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Before sending the request to your service the parameters get URL encoded. This is what happens. Why this is a problem? 


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