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Triggered Actions - Causing 12 Second Page Refresh upon Submission


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Greetings All  :)

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One of my Tables has ~60 different triggered action s (sending email Notifications in plain text and HTML format with some basic text and a few fields added from the Table. No Images.)

Does anyone have a creative idea how to prevent my page from taking 12 seconds to update when users make updates via Tabular Reports?

One thought was to setup multiple "Tasksimage.png.0b1c6a9f441d031e40d312cd3d9b4167.png to trigger every 5 minutes or so to take care of the email notifications, but my challenge is that I do not seem to have the same level of control to ensure no duplicate email notifications are sent.

 

Thank you in advance for any guidance you provide!  :) 

Cheers

 

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It takes 12 seconds? 

That means that the triggered action is doing a lot of thing during its run!

You may have to optimize the trigger and see which part can be changed or remove completely.

As for the Task that runs every 5 minutes, I'm not sure if its possible. The most often times I can set the task to run recurrently is 15 minutes. As for preventing the task to make sure that it doesn't send duplicate emails, you'll just need to have an extra field on the involved table to mark which record are already used to send an email and which is not.

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7 hours ago, NiceDuck said:

It takes 12 seconds? 

That means that the triggered action is doing a lot of thing during its run!

You may have to optimize the trigger and see which part can be changed or remove completely.

As for the Task that runs every 5 minutes, I'm not sure if its possible. The most often times I can set the task to run recurrently is 15 minutes. As for preventing the task to make sure that it doesn't send duplicate emails, you'll just need to have an extra field on the involved table to mark which record are already used to send an email and which is not.

Thank you @NiceDuck! Will proceed accordingly, as always, a big thank you for your guidance!  

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