[Solved] [Standard Report Missing Features] Bring back ability to specify how many times the report should re-run for scheduled reports

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We’re listening! In March we created the Standard Report and announced the pending plan to sunset the Summary Report. We’ve been getting a ton of great feedback regarding what you need to see in the Standard Report before we officially sunset the Summary Report (we do not have a scheduled date for this as of now). We have been churning out features in the Standard Report and decided we needed to give you some visibility into the process.

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This Post’s Missing Feature:  Bring back the ability to specify how many times the report should re-run for scheduled reports

This post was created based on the feedback from a number of customers who asked that we bring back the ability to specify how many times the report should re-run for scheduled reports as you could in scheduled Legacy Summary Reports.

If this is a feature you’re interested in having available within Standard Reports feel free to comment below, vote, or subscribe to receive updates!

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    Our Development Team has released an update that now gives you the option to specify how many times a scheduled report should re-run.

    Learn more about this option via the following Help Article:

    https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/share-email-and-schedule-a-report#email-and-schedule-options-for-your-standard-report

    Please contact our Support Team at support@sgizmo.com if you encounter any problems with this feature!

    Cheers,

    The SurveyGizmo Team

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