Hi, I'm trying to add a url to an email to direct my users to upload their required documentation (as a workaround while Honeycode does not support document uploads directly, please add this feature ).
However, when I include a custom url (as opposed to attach link to app) which directs the user to a google form to upload their files, the url is not displayed in the message. There is also no notification that I cannot use ad hoc url's when I create the message. I construct the URL in the email creation section by combining a string with the variable storing my record ID like:
Just in case I included a link to www.aws.com and it did not show up
How do I go about this?