Placeholders

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You can use different placeholders in the mailing, which are then automatically replaced when they’re delivered. Placeholders are always enclosed by §§.
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General

Recipient e-mail address

§§email_receiver§§

ID of the e-mailing

§§mailing_id§§

Date of the e-mail

§§mailing_date§§

Subject of the e-mail

§§email_subject§§

Hyperlinks

Unsubscribe hyperlink

<a href="§§link_unsubscribe§§">Unsubscribe</a>

If recipients no longer want to receive e-mails, they can use this link to unsubscribe from the mailing list. This link is automatically included in all templates.

Hyperlink browser view

<a href="§§link_browserview§§">View online version</a>

Recipients use this link to view newsletters in their browser, in case their e-mail program can’t display it properly. The online version is personalized using recipients' data.

Hyperlink browser view (anonymous)

<a href="§§link_browserview_anonymous§§">View online version</a>

Is equivalent to §§link_browserview§§, however the online version is not personalized and the hyperlink URL is shortened using bit.ly.

Social sharing

Share on Facebook

<a href="§§link_facebook_share§§">Share on Facebook</a>

Recipients use this link to share newsletters on Facebook.

Share on Twitter

<a href="§§link_twitter_share§§">Share on Twitter</a>

Recipients use this link to share newsletters on Twitter. The Twitter message will take the following form:

§§email_subject§§ - §§link_browserview_anonymous§§

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