# Prepare an Auto-Reply template

We have the service and the template from the previous steps, which are the minimum requirements for the EmailJS service. But it would be great to inform the contacted user that we received his email.

In the Email Templates (opens new window), let's create another template. We will go straight to the Settings and set the name as Contact Reply. In the Content, we'll create a unique subject for each email, that will look something like Your request #4563 has been received.

To do so, let's add Subject – Your request #{{contact_number}} has been received.

And also the contents of the email:

Hey {{user_name}}!
Thank you for contacting us.
We will reply to you soon.

Best regards,
The Awesome Team

We use the same dynamic variables as from the previous step. Although this is not necessary, it will make the next steps easier.

Since we need to send the email to the client's address, we have set up his address in the To Email field as {{user_email}}. We may also input our address in the Reply To field to receive replies from the client.

The template is ready. Press on the Save button to save our template.

Now we need to return to our main Contact Form template, go to the Auto-Reply tab, and select our Contact Reply template from the list. Save the changes.

We're done with the dashboard. It's time to add the code to our website!