Dennis @ PerfectForms
Since you cannot include table data directly in a notification, you have to put the data in a (hidden) field. You can then insert that field in your notification. Elaborate connections are not necessary.
There are two scenarios:
1)You want to include the data from every row of your table in your notification.; On a behavior (submit?) use set table and simple branch behavior objects to start at the top of a table and add the value from each row to a multiline text input. Loop through the behavior until you reach the bottom of the table and end the behavior. If you use a simple branch (behavior – last command was successful) after the move table row to next row you can know when you hit the bottom of a table.
2) You only want one row from the table; In this scenario you will need to create a behavior to determine which row you want, and then set your hidden field with that value.