How to use Placeholder Text in Invitation Message Templates
Invitation templates allow you to easily send invitations to clients/prospects. Alyce gives you an opportunity to use two different forms of placeholder text for invitation templates:
- Automatic "mail merge"
- Personalized messaging prompts
For messaging samples, please visit this article.
Automatic "mail merge":
When composing a message template, you can use the placeholder fields shown below. They should be entered exactly as shown. When a gift invitation message is personalized, it will be replaced with the appropriate information.
I had a feeling you like [product-brand] so I hope you’ll enjoy this [product-name]. Hope all is well at [recipient-company]. Look forward to hearing from you.
|[first-name]||Recipient's first name|
|[last-name]||Recipient's last name|
|[full-name]||Recipient's full name|
|[gl]||Gift language, i.e., "Gift", "Reward", "Payment"|
|[gift-name]||Name of the product being gifted|
|[product-brand]||Brand of the product being gifted|
|[my-first-name]||Gift sender's first name|
|[my-last-name]||Gift sender's last name|
|[my-full-name]||Gift sender's full name|
|[company]||Gift sender's company|
Personalized messaging prompts:
Any of the keywords shown below, when written in all caps and placed within (parentheses), will trigger a warning if the invitation is attempted to be sent. The warning will trigger as long as the word is present in the parentheses and in all-caps, even if other words are present within the parentheses.
Example: "I wanted to send over a gift to say congratulations on the launch of (PRODUCT)."
In this example, when you go to send the invitation, there will be a warning for you to replace (PRODUCT) with the name of the product.
- (OFFICE LOCATION)
- (SERVICE X)