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Adding dynamic URLs

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In the HTML signature editor, the departmental placeholder fields also work in the URL links section. As a result, dynamic links can be embedded in each URL.

In this quick tutorial, with video example at the end, we will show you how to add a dynamic link, created by a placeholder column in the email signature.

But first, see where to add a link when selecting text. Select all the text content, then click the URL icon in the toolbar.

Select all the text content.

In this second image, you can see the {{linkedInProfileLink}} placeholder in the URL field.

LinkedIn placeholder example on URL.

Adding custom URLs for each employee

For simplicity, let’s say you have a list of users and a column for each employee’s custom LinkedIn link. Our employee CSV file may look like this example.

Department employee list.

Notice column C (for the hashtag) and D (for the profile URL link.)

Column D with the placeholder linkedinLink should be added to the link area of the text, with the special tags, like the example.


Video tutorial

In addition, view this video of how to add a placeholder to a text with the Bybrand email signature editor.

Okay, it’s done. The next step is to save the changes and see the changes in working. Each department signature for the employee will have a different hashtag and website.

Updated on 18 de July de 2023

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