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First I think it helps to clear up some terminology... I've seen a few devs (myself included sometimes!) using the word "hooks" when they really mean "events". For me at least this is a hangover from Craft 2 (and also ExpressionEngine), where "hooks" were used to inject custom back end code. In Craft 3 however, everything is ...


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You can grab the last submitted entry on the thank you page. So using the example, you should be able to do lastEntry.id


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Sprout forms has hooks you can latch on to in your own custom module/plugin, so when a form is saved you can grab the asset and re-name at that point.


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Please see the Sprout Forms Element API documentation page. If it doesn't address your answer, please update your question and I can clarify further. Here's the example from the docs of both a Form and Form Entries being retrieved from the Element API: <?php use barrelstrength\sproutforms\elements\Form; use barrelstrength\sproutforms\elements\Entry; ...


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Due to some underlying changes in the Sprout application architecture, and the fact you're migrating a database from Craft 2, I believe you will need to upgrade to Craft 3.3 and related Sprout plugins compatible with Craft 3.3 before you update to Craft 3.4. Below is a list of the Craft 3.3 compatible versions of several of the Sprout plugins. ...


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You're on the right track. The first thing to note is that the Send Rule field does support shorthand syntax like in your question, however, if you are using compound logic, you will want to use the full object syntax for that logic. So, instead of (with no reference to object. and single curly braces): { checkBoxFieldHandle == 'value' } You'll want to ...


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As the original poster reported in the comment above. This "looks like a completely different issue unrelated to email."


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Short answer: yes it's possible. Longer answer: it will probably require some custom development during your implementation to get in place what you're looking for. Sprout Forms has a Tags Field in the Relations Field section of the Form Builder. On the CP side, it's just a wrapper around Craft's Tag Relations field and will work the same way for Content ...


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