A complete list of placeholders used in the Signature template editor. You won't need to use these unless you decide to write the code for your signature manually, the editor will add them automatically.

As you can see, there are different categories of placeholders. The Personal fields are pulled from the user profile and the Company fields from the Company profile that the user has assigned (either directly or via the User Group).

The {marketing} placeholder will be replaced by content you prepare in the Marketing section. You can learn more in a dedicated article.

The External sources also require setup in order to be utilized and you can learn about that here.

External sources are are tied to a Company profile but managed separately. You can learn how to prepare them for use in a dedicated article.

Personal

E-mail

{email}

First name

{firstName}

Last name

{lastName}

Phone

{phone}

Mobile

{mobile}

Address

{address}

Department

{department}

Job title

{jobtitle}

User Twitter

{userTwitter}

Custom field #1

{customField1}

Custom field #2

{customField2}

Custom field #3

{customField3}

Custom field #4

{customField4}

Custom field #5

{customField5}

Custom field #6

{customField6}

Custom field #7

{customField7}

Custom field #8

{customField8}

Custom field #9

{customField9}

Custom field #10

{customField10}

Photo

{photo}

Group name

{groupName}

Company

Company Name

{company}

Company Web

{web}

Tag line

{tagline}

Company Address

{companyAddress}

Company Phone

{companyPhone}

Company Fax

{fax}

Company logo

{logo}

Google+

{googleplus}

Facebook

{facebook}

Twitter

{twitter}

Pinterest

{pinterest}

Linkedin

{linkedin}

Instagram

{instagram}

YouTube

{youtube}

Marketing campaign

{marketing}

External sources

RSS Title (name of the latest article)

{extRSS_title}

RSS Link (link to the the latest article)

{extRSS_link}

Twitter Text (the text of the latest tweet)

{extTwitter_text}

Twitter link (link to the latest tweet)

{extTwitter_link}

EventBrite Name (the name of your upcoming event)

{extEventBrite_name}

EventBrite Start (time of start of your event)

{extEventBrite_start}

EventBrite Image

{extEventBrite_image}

EventBrite Location

{extEventBrite_location}

EventBrite URL (link to the page of the event)

{extEventBrite_url}

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