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This Post’s Missing Feature: Bring back scheduling option to “Only send scheduled report if there is new data”
This post was created based on the feedback from a number of customers who asked that we Bring back scheduling option to “Only send scheduled report if there is new data.”
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We have released an option for the Standard Report to Only send scheduled report if there is new data. This option is available for recurring report deliveries:
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I’ve set up an automated report to go out on a daily basis if there is new data, however, it appears that the report is filtering to the current day, so when it sends the report at 8am EST, there obviously haven’t been any new responses received. Is there a way to force the daily report to send at a different time (thinking like 11pm?), or instead have the report pull results from the prior day (in essence getting a report from the previous day if new results were received)?
I agree, this feature is very helpful please bring it back.
Please bring back this feature! We use SG for a lot of compliance tracking and sometimes a weekly email is too in frequent, but daily is too much if there isn’t new info.