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Why do I have to add http:// requests in order to create a schedule command?

I don't understand what the http request does for me to be honest. I'm not a programmer, but I want to create a schedule command so that I can recieve an email of all my upcoming appointments for the next day, for example. Great application by the way :) 

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Jun 02, 2022

Hi @Jaclyn Mackay ! Welcome to the community :) you don't need to issue an HTTP request to create a schedule report! Here's an example of what your command could look like in order to get an automated report each day:

report example.PNG

I'd also suggest checking out the guide on how to create reports here:

Hey Hannah!


Thanks for the tips, I'm so happy to have been referred here as I've been searching for a comprehensive and user friendly crm tool. :) 

I was on my workplace board creating report but it won't let me save it unless I enter a url? The attachments wont connect for some reason lolcreate command schedule.pngdidnt enter.png

Hannah Morgan Community Leader Jun 05, 2022

Are you able to take a screenshot of your full page? I don't see any sort of prompt that's saying you need to add a URL (you shouldn't have to anyway). It looks like your command's action hasn't been added properly maybe? It should look similar to the screenshot I added above.

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