First, we have to select the company that a person belongs, and then the email is automatically filled.
How do we do that?
@ is a special caracter, so, in order to get it working you must 'escape' it.
I've tried directly on the genio formula, and its working as expected:
Edit: Please note that this solution is only viable when working on interface level, with default formulas. Server formulas will not cope with this, so go with Maksym solution if that's that case.
return "@" + teamsName + ".com";
return '@' + teamsName + '.com';
RETURN '@' + @teamsName + '.com';
Then you can use this function in the formula
Note: Choose the type of formula depending on what is most appropriate for you.
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