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Re: Formula to add in HTML for date "today plus 30d"
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Hi Florian, I suggest transforming the date value as additional data/enrichment before putting it in the email html by referencing additional data. You can do this by using the expression: AddDays(GetDate(),30), if you want it to be exactly one month later, then you can just use AddMonths(GetDate(),1). Cheers,Jamal

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Re: Reformatting date field in expression editor
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Hi Roger, To do this, you would have to first transform the day/month/year values into string type after isolating them. The below expression outputs the date as numbers, and then transforms them into a string value so that you can set the separator to whatever you want: ToString(Day(@created)) + " " + ToString(Month(@created)) + " " + ToString(Year(@created)) In this case, you can replace the " " with a "." or take it out if you don't want any separators. If you want to always have the day and ...

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Hi Filip, The notation you used is generally just for email content, you may want to call the variables using this format instead:Where firstname: <%= context.targetDate.name%> . In the script that would be: {"recipientName": "<%= context.targetDate.name%>","recipientEmail": "<%= context.targetDate.email%>"} This is the way variables are called in Campaign Classic, and I've used it with success in Standard too. Please let me know how it goes. Cheers,Jamal

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The search by 'email' option is no longer available for profile since the update
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Hi, The search by email option is no longer available for the out of the box profile table since the update yesterday. Please let me know how I can get this functionality back as I cannot edit the screen definition for out of the box tables. Thanks,Jamal

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Since the update some users are by default blocking the adobe cookies, so you may have to unblock those by clicking on the padlock in google chrome. Other than that, you might have to clear cookies, and site usage data. That should resolve the issue.

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