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How do I get scheduled report attachment's name to show the name of the dashboard not the ID?

I just set up scheduled reports, but right now the reports that get sent out are named, username_dashboard_Dashboard Id_string of numbers.pdf. So when we send out a few different reports the user won't know what report is what until they open each one. 

Is there anyway to get it to pull the dashboard name and not the ID? I've attached a picture of what they're named now. 

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Re: How do I get scheduled report attachment's name to show the name of the dashboard not the ID?

I was reading the help documentation and it seems that this is how the system works, verifying the processes to create a schedule or configuration of reports, there is no information on where we can change the export PDF names.

Instead, I found that you can use the notification checkbox to enable the option to send a custom HTML template for exported reports with a code that can be edited.

Please find my references:

Create a Report Schedule:

https://docs.microfocus.com/SM/9.60/Codeless/Content/reporting/tasks/create_report_schedule.htm?Highlight=Create%20a%20report%20schedule

Configure Report Settings

https://docs.microfocus.com/SM/9.60/Codeless/Content/reporting/tasks/create_report_schedule.htm?Highlight=Create%20a%20report%20schedule

 

 

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