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How Can I Use "Update_Property_Link" tag to Add a Profile Property?

  • 17 January 2021
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Hi there!

I’m trying to create a profile property and running into a problem.  Hoping you can help.

I have a list set up triggered by an email opt in on a landing page.

At the 3rd email in the flow I want to give the customer a button to sign up for a waitlist.  I have built this out and used the code provided here is what I have:

{% update_property_link 'waitlist' 'true' 'https://waitlist.glampingoutsidethebox.com/p/survey_results' %}

When I preview and test, it I get a place holder message one one computer.  I also tested it on another computer and it tells me the site is not secure.  Can you take a look and tell me if I have the code incorrect?

What I’m trying to do is once they click on the waitlist button it will separate them from that list and put them into a new list.  What is the best way to do this?

Thank you!

 

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Best answer by caroline 18 January 2021, 22:32

Hi there,

 

Your code looks good to me, but I would suggest sending a preview email to yourself in order to test. Since the functionality of that Django filter is to update a customer’s profile, you may need to actually send an email in order to test.

 

Additionally, I wanted to provide a quick definition of this filter for anyone reading who might not be sure of the intended purpose.

 

update_property_link

Use this tag to create a link which will add a profile property to a profile. On addition of the property, redirect the user to either the default Klaviyo thank you page or the supplied url. update_property_link takes at least three arguments: the profile property, the value, and a redirect link.

 

Example

{% update_property_link ‘PROFILE_PROPERTY’ ‘Profile Property Value’ ‘https://google.com’ %}

 

 

 

 

Best,

 

Caroline

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Hi there,

 

Your code looks good to me, but I would suggest sending a preview email to yourself in order to test. Since the functionality of that Django filter is to update a customer’s profile, you may need to actually send an email in order to test.

 

Additionally, I wanted to provide a quick definition of this filter for anyone reading who might not be sure of the intended purpose.

 

update_property_link

Use this tag to create a link which will add a profile property to a profile. On addition of the property, redirect the user to either the default Klaviyo thank you page or the supplied url. update_property_link takes at least three arguments: the profile property, the value, and a redirect link.

 

Example

{% update_property_link ‘PROFILE_PROPERTY’ ‘Profile Property Value’ ‘https://google.com’ %}

 

 

 

 

Best,

 

Caroline

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