Examples:


IF NULL... THEN... ELSE...

  

{$$IFNULL(Field)$$THEN(content)$$ELSE(content)$$}

    

It says that if the field in the employee's record is blank ($$IFNULL(Field)), then the HTML indicated in $$THEN brackets will be applied. 

But in case the field is not blank, the HTML from $$ELSE brackets will be taken for a employee's signature.


 

Example #1 - How to show direct number if mobile is empty  


To apply this condition to your signature, just put the complete statement in the HTML source of it and save. 

You also can preview the results of the condition in Preview tab of your signature.



 

{$$IFNULL(Mobile)$$THEN(direct 208-555-1275)$$ELSE(cell ((Mobile)))$$}

  




Alexander Beck has Mobile field content and his email signature incl. his cell no.:




Ann AppleSeed has no Mobile content and instead, her email signature show her direct no.:





 

Example #2 - How to create dynamic sign off


Let's say that you would like to allow end users to maintain their own sign off and if they don't, they will get the company standard. 


{$$IFNULL(SignOff)$$THEN(Best regards)$$ELSE(((SignOff)),)$$}


Now users can update their own email signature sign off in the Xink App and if they don't, they will get the company default.


  • Supported on Windows (not Mac)