The all fields element

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The All {Fields} element can be used to add user data fields to your signature. You can use this option to add a single field, or to choose multiple fields (which will be added as a group). For example:


Adding required fields

Having dropped this element into your design, you can choose which fields to add:


From here:

  • To add a single field, click the existing Field to display a drop-down list, where all available fields are shown. If required, add a label for this field, then click OK to add the field to your signature design.
  • To add multiple fields as a group, use the Add {Field} button. This adds another row to the list, so you can choose another field from the Field drop-down list and then repeat as required: 


Setting field labels

If required, you can add a text label or choose an icon, to display before each field:


Working with groups of fields

If you choose to add multiple fields, you are creating a group 'on the fly'. As such, you can apply Group Properties. These properties define how fields within the group will look and behave. By default, all grouped fields inherit these properties, but you can always select an individual field later, to define specific properties. 

For further information about these settings, please see the Groups and group properties article. For further information about how properties are inherited, see Understanding signature hierarchies and inheritance.

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