We are trying to use Timba Surveys to send a feedback survey to our customers. A workflow is triggered when a case is closed and sends an email to external users with the survey link provided by the app but "Authentication Required" page is seen when clicked on the link. Unable to fix this issue. Any help would be highly appreciated. Thank you.
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Using Timba Surveys: external users see "Authentication Required" page
It took me forever to find their new site. It's https://sites.google.com/a/altimetrik.com/timba-surveys/Home
The guide --> http://survey.altimetrik.com/installation-configuration/force-com-sites-configuration is not accessible anymore. Does anyone have a copy of it? I really need the URL from TimbaSurvey to work. Thanks.
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