Email parser can detect and extract multiple values matching the rule. This option controls whether each of the values will be in a new row or concatenated and stored in one row.
- If the option If multiple values are parsed from an email, then create a new row for each of the value is enabled then for each of the extracted values will have it own row.
- If the option If multiple values are parsed from an email, then create a new row for each of the value is disabled then values will be concatenated and stored in one row.
Here’s an example for clarification:
Say you’ve set up a single parsing rule, one that extracts invoice numbers from your emails. The parser searches for the text “Order #” and uses the number that comes after that text to identify the invoice’s unique number.
When the parser runs into an email message which multiple “Order #” in its body, then it will create a row for each unique “Order #”.