Joy Of Text supported merge tags


 

In the Joy Of Text Pro message content field, the following merge tags are supported:

  • %fullname% or %name% – when the message is sent, this tag is replaced by the message recipients full name.
  • %firstname% – this tag is replaced by the recipients first names (i.e. everything but their last name)
  • %lastname% – this tag is replaced by the recipients last name.
  • %number% – the tag is replaced by the recipients phone number.
  • %lastpost% – the tag is replaced by the URL of your last blog post.
  • %jot_id% – the member ID of the recipient.
  • %jot_email% – the email address of the recipient.
  • %jot_address% – the address of the recipient.
  • %jot_city% – the home city of the recipient.
  • %jot_state% – the home state of the recipient.
  • %jot_zip% – the zip code of the recipient
  • %optout% – the keyword you’ve selected for opting out of this group
  • %jot_groupid% – the id number of the group a member has subscribed to.
  • %jot_groupname% – the name of the group a member has subscribed to.
  • %jot_groupdesc%  – the name description of the group a member has subscribed to.

 

In the Joy Of Text Pro Woocommerce tab and in the Woocommerce extension:

  • %woo_cust_firstname% – the first name of your Woocommerce customer
  • %woo_cust_lastname% – the last name of the Woocommerce customer
  • %woo_cust_number% – the Woocommerce customer’s phone number.
  • %woo_order_price% – the total price of the order
  • %woo_order_number% – the Woocommerce order number
  • %woo_order_status% – the status of the Woocommerce order.
  • %woo_order_products% – the ordered products
  • %woometa_<your custom field name>%. For example, if you have created a custom field called ‘name’ in Woocommerce, then you can include the value of this field into your SMS message, but using the merge tag %woometa_name%

 

In the Joy Of Text Lite message content field, the following merge tags are supported:

  • %name% – when the message is sent, this tag is replaced by the message recipients full name.
  • %number% – the tag is replaced by the recipients phone number.
  • %lastpost% – the tag is replaced by the URL of your last blog post.

 

The Joy Of Text Scheduler Extension adds the following merge tags:

  • %date% – the date when the message is sent.
  • %time% – the time when the message is sent
  • %timestamp% – The timestamp of when the message is sent.
  • %jot_scheduledate% – The date when the message was scheduled to run. For use in Schedule Planner messages.
  • %jot_scheduletime% – The time when the message was scheduled to run. For use in Schedule Planner messages.
  • %jot_scheduleoffset% – The offset period selected in the Schedule Planner for this scheduled message.
  • %jot_scheduleunit% – The offset unit, e.g. days, months, years,  selected in the Schedule Planner for this scheduled message.
  • %jot_subscriptiondate% –The subscription date of members receiving the messages sent through a Schedule Plan.

 

The Joy Of Text Notifier Extension adds the following merge tags:

  • %name%, %fullname%, %firstname%, %lastname% – the name of the group member receiving the SMS message.
  • %posttitle% or  %post_title% – the title of the new or updated post.
  • %postauthor% or %post_author% – the author of the new or updated post.
  • %postlink% or  %post_link% – a URL to the new or updated post.
  • %postexcerpt% – includes the first 20 words of a post into the SMS message
  • %postid% or %post_id% – the WordPress post ID
  • %post_date% – the publish date.
  • %post_date_gmt% – the publish date in GMT
  • %post_content% – the content of the post
  • %post_status% – the status of the post, e.g. pending, published etc
  • %comment_status% – indicates whether comments are permitted or not
  • %post_name% or %post_slug% – the name of the post. Also known as the post slug.
  • %post_modified% – date when the post was last modified.
  • %post_modified_gmt% – modified date in GMT.
  • %post_guid% – the unique identifier of this post.
  • %post_shorturl% – returns the short URL for this post. If you are using Jetpack it will return the wp.me short URL.
  • %post_feature_img%  – will insert the URL of the post’s featured image.

Also provided is a merge tag for custom fields. The format for this tag is

  • %postmeta_<your custom field name>%. For example, if you have created a custom field called ‘name’, then you can include the value of this field into your SMS message, but using the merge tag %postmeta_name%