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Can we add the variables in the URL Labels?

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30-01-2018

Hello,

This question is about the "Delivery-Message tracking".

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I hope to add some variables to the URL Labels to separate the duplicated named links. So that, when there are multiple versions in one delivery, I could segment the links for each version.

But unfortunately that the variables I added (such as "targetData.segmentCode) were regarded as a "String".  The variables' values won't be actually pulled through the report.

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It is just read as "<%= targetData.segmentCode%> GIF Module", but I would like to let it be read as "V1_GIF Module".

Does anyone know why the variable failed to work and is there any method to solve this problem? Or, do we have any other way to version out the links in the delivery tracking?

Thanks a lot!

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Alger

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24-05-2018

Hi Amit, thank you for sparing time looking into this issue.

I've tried re-open or re-create the delivery but with no luck to solve this problem.

For the issue I mentioned. The un-expected label is generated because the same link is once set in an old delivery template.

E.g. When I set the label of "https://www.abc.com" in delivery "A" as "Test", and then create a delivery "B" to include the same URL several days later. This link's label will automatically generate as "Test" no matter what I set in the HTML of delivery "B".

So, my question is, is there any method to avoid delivery "A" labels continuing taking effect in other new deliveries?