Program block :
Why are you setting the email to null in the init block?
Hey @jumalcom222 - I’d highly recommend subscribing to the Thunkable YouTube channel if you haven’t done so already.
The wonderful @jane has a chapter about this exact topic:
I idea of a solution
the variable should be connected
not divided into 2 blocks just look in the variables area for the connected block
You are using variable by reference which is why you see the error. Use direct variable as you initialized it first. Go to variables drawer and pick the variable sEmail from the drawer.
This is not disconnected. This is using variables by reference and has its own use case.
Is “app variable sEmail” only text ?
use this one for the email in the
(result–after click “forgot password button”)
- No received password reset email, too
You are doing it WRONG. you are typing the text you should use the variable block not to type it yourself.
See this example and notice the color of the
app variable sEmail not the same as yours.
You have to pick the variable from the
variable drawer like this
Hope this is clear now.
Of course the variable should store the email of the user which should have been done previously. In the example above I typed a sample email address while initializing just to simplify the example.
What should I do if the app wants to send a password reset email to the mail that the customer input?
You need to watch some tutorials and go through the examples.
See this a sample page where the user is required to enter his/her email and click the button.
The code behind the button will check that the email field in not empty and then use the entered email to send “ResetPassword” using the block.
Thank you for your tip, I solved the problem…