Securing the pageids when creating multiple pages via ifttt rules

Chris Iacovelli October 19, 2022

I have a Confiform that takes a few fields of input, e.g., ID, Initiative Name, and uses them to create a suite of pages for the initiative, e.g., notes, reference documents, artefacts. I'd like to capture each distinct pageid created to use them in links i create on the final page; is there a way to capture/secure the pageid for each page that is created as separate and distinct data points?

PS - i tried grabbing the pageid via the ${iftttResult_0.id} but i only got the id for the first page created.

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Alex Medved _ConfiForms_
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October 19, 2022

Hi

If you have multiple IFTTTs running then each will produce the result

Which means the result of the first IFTTT will be in iftttResult_0 variable, the result of the second IFTTT will be in iftttResult_1 and so on

(unless you give IFTTTs own names for the easier reference)

Alex

Chris Iacovelli October 19, 2022

now i feel stupid. i did not even think of stepping up the number with each ifttt rule. thanks!

Alex Medved _ConfiForms_
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October 19, 2022

I suggest to "name" your IFTTTs, so it will be easier to reference their results and you dont need to count the index

ifttt-rename.png

This way you can reference it via ${iftttResult_GIVENNAME} or better [iftttResult_GIVENNAME] as mentioned in the macro's parameter description

Alex

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