Adding a Display Variable to a Template

You can customize email and SMS templates by using one or more of the display variables listed in the table below. 

When you use a display variable, the information listed in the  Function column will automatically display to the end user.  

For example, in the following example "<[user_name]>" and "<[location_name]>" will be replaced with the name of the user the message is sent to, and the location.



Please have your paperwork turned in by Friday to <[location_name]>.

Thank you

Display Variable Function
<[user_name]> Prints the user's full name.
<[user_id]> Prints the user's ID number.
<[date]> Prints today’s date in MM DD format.
<[link]> Prints the user's deeplink.
<[sso_link]> Prints the link to the organization's Single Sign On (SSO) login page.
<[org_name]> Prints an organization's name.
<[org_dname]> Prints an organization's display name.
<[location_address]> Prints a location's address.
<[appointment_time]> Prints a scheduled appointment's time and date.
<[gpe_date]> Prints the expiry date of a GreenPass.
<[bpe_date]> Prints the expiry date of a BluePass.
<[location_name]> Prints a location name.
<[not_answered_days]> Prints the number of days the Daily Survey has not been answered.
<[sampled_date]> Prints Covid test sample date.
<[boosted]> Prints the word "BOOSTED" on the BluePass artifact when a user has a completed a booster shot.

Note: For use with artifacts only.
<[zone]> Displays the name of the zone assigned to the user.
<[test_type]> Prints the name of the type of test taken by the user, ie, PCR, antigen. 

Note: This variable can only be used with email and SMS message templates.

<[first_name]> Prints the user's first name.
<[last_name]> Prints the user's last name.
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