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Thank you for your answer but that only shows me last modifications done on a workflow, not on a specific delivery.]Any ideas as to how that could be done?thanks

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Hello folks,Does anyone know if there is a place where I can track who has made changes to either a workflow or a delivery?Thanks!

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Hello marcel.gent.86,Unfortunately I was unable to get both suggestions to work on my end. However, after some more research, i found the following to work great on my end:<%var name = targetData.FIRST_NAME;name = name. toLowerCase().replace(/\b[a-z]/g, function(e) { return e.toUpperCase();});%><%=name%>, Best email ever!BeforeAfter

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Greetings community,I am working with an email campaign, where the First Name variable is pulled from a data extension. Now, that is not the problem.The issue at hand is that, some of these names are all capitalized, and others can be all lower case.I have tried doing something like <% targetData.FirstName.toUpperCase(); %> but all that does is to return an empty string.Does anyone know a work around it?Many thanks in advance

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Many thanks, I ended up following a very similar approach

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Hello,I am trying to use the document.getElementByID method and it is throwing an error while evaluating the scriptIs there an alternative Adobe Campaign method that would work the same way?Thanks!

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