Here we share some examples of macro's that we've seen across the IT industry. Most of the time these are process related.
Share a token, password or private note (burner note)
For our and your safety you'll find a link below to a burner note. This note is encrypted on a server, and can only be viewed once, then it's deleted forever. If you don't view the burner note, it is deleted within 3 days.
In this burner note you'll find [type="text" label="What will the requester find in the note?"]
Order of new licenses/hardware
Thank you for ordering [type="number"] [type="text" label="Enter license name"] licenses.
These licenses will now be purchased, and will be provisioned to your account within [type="dropdown" options="1 business day, 3 business days, 5 business days" label="Selected a provision date" default="3 business days"].
[type="toggle" label="Show disclaimer" default="false"]
Our company puts the security of the client at a high priority.
Therefore, we have put efforts into ensuring that the message is error and virus-free.
Unfortunately, full security of the email cannot be ensured as, despite our efforts, the data included in emails could be infected, intercepted, or corrupted.
Therefore, the recipient should check the email for threats with proper software, as the sender does not accept liability for any damage inflicted by viewing the content of this email.
I believe this request from the customer is a [type="dropdown" options="bug, feature request, task" label="Selected a type"].
Can you [type="dropdown" options="get back to me with a quote?, resolve this with the customer?, get all the information for a bugfix?" label="Selected a goal"]