When an automatic email is sent, every merge field is automatically replaced with the recipient’s corresponding data. For example, the system will replace the [first_name] merge field with the registrant’s first name.

So if you enter in your automatic email this:

“Thank you for registering, [first_name]!”

John, who just registered for your program will see this:

“Thank you for registering, John!”

Merge fields

  • [program_name] - replaced with the name of the program.

  • [organization_name] - replaced with the name of the organization that the program belongs to

  • [prefix] - replaced with the corresponding data of the registrant if provided by them during registration

  • [first_name] - replaced with the corresponding data of the registrant as provided by them during registration

  • [last_name] - replaced with the corresponding data of the registrant as provided by them during registration

  • [full_name] - replaced with the corresponding data of the registrant as provided by them during registration

  • [submission_name] - replaced with the name of the submission as provided by the person making the submission

  • [email] - replaced with the email of the registrant as provided by them during registration

  • [registration_link] - replaced with the unique link that registrants can use to access their associated profile.

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