This is the most up-to-date list of available time/date merge fields. I asked if there was anything else like this and there isn’t.[quote=“Camille_Shieff, post:4, topic:721”]
Are these supported?
These were handed over to me yesterday by a senior QA engineer. Support hasn’t been officially notified of this functionality. I notified the Training team this morning and they are going to take it from here. These were developed some time ago, but never made it into the UI, so they were never officially documented.[quote=“Camille_Shieff, post:4, topic:721”]
Are these documented officially anywhere?
This will be where they are documented. They will likely be mentioned in a help article or future release note, but it will link to this thread.[quote=“Camille_Shieff, post:4, topic:721”]
Can we share this complete list publicly with clients and prospects?
I would wait until Support has been trained on the functionality…which should happen today. I’ll let you know.
We have monthly billing on products and send out billing reminders close to the end of every month. For example, “This is your invoice for October…” would be sent on Sept 27th. I spend hours manually changing all the months forward in the email copy every month.
I am wondering if there is some kind of secret merge field code that can automate it such that it populates only the name of the next month. Can the merge field for current month be altered somehow to produce “October” when in the month of September, for example?
I’m trying to determine how to use these types of fields in a decision.
My client has a renewal date 11/1/19, if today’s date is 11/1/18 (6mths prior to 11/1/19) I’d like to send them to the “Renewal Email sequence” if not I’d like to send them to the “Newsletter” sequence.