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2. The Quotes Automation For WHMCS 2.0 module has been vastly modernized to facilitate your ordering processes much further.
For example, you will not have to leave the addon area anymore whenever wanting to create or edit a template, adjust template items, or apply a desired template to a new quote. Additionally, in an equally convenient manner you may also connect any quote item with a chosen WHMCS product, addon, or domain on a quote page directly. Apart from greater functionality, the product boasts of an overhauled design and a brand-new code behind it. Be sure to consult the changelog for other improvements as well.
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With the switch to WHMCS.Community, there are a few changes to the way quotes work on the new platform including the ability to quote multiple posts and multiple sections of a post.
Splitting or Quoting only part of a post:
In some cases, you may only want to quote part of a post or reply to multiple points, to do this simply select the text to quote and click "Quote This" which will show above the highlighted text. You can repeat this to add additional quotes.
Quoting a whole post:
Quoting a full post is simple. Simply click Quote below the post and it will be added into the editor for you.
Quoting multiple posts:
It is also possible to quote multiple posts in a single reply. To do this simply click the icon at the bottom of each post you wish to quote
Once done click on the Quote X Posts button to have these added to the reply box.
Does anybody have noticed that the WHMCS (version 5.2.12) is not sending Quote Accepted Emails to the clients while accepting the Quote from clientarea....?
As you can see there is one email template "Quote Accepted" which we can used to send email notification to clients when they accept the quote. But for us, only the admin emails are working, not getting any emails to the client email address.
Please test this scenario and reply here if you have facing the same issue. Also please let me know if there is any settings/config to manage this Quote module(didn't disable the sent option in Email Template).
Thanks & Regards,
I have added a load of custom fields to my "Request a Quote" ticket department. They are working just fine, however, I'd like the custom fields to be displayed as text in the body of the ticket when it is submitted.
This would also enable me to see all the custom fields when notification of a new ticket is sent to the admin by email (rather than having to log in to WHMCS, go to the ticket and then click on custom fields - a very clumsy process)
While I'm on the subject of quotes, if anyone knows how to automatically open a quote from a ticket submission that would also be very useful!
I would like to break down the total I charge for webdesign ($total_recur ) "/" the number of months the contract is for ($recur) -10% and that should = $pymt
so if a web site is $100. and they pay that upfront, it will cost them $100. if they want payments, I want to add 10% to the total cost. EX. If they want a contract for 12 months, it should go 100 * 10% = 1000 / 12 = $pymt.
how can I make the above work in the below example?
if ($pdf->Cell $$total_recur > 0)
$pymt = / $pdf->Cell $recur -0.10;
Thank you for your help....
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