I am setting up a WordPress site to be used as an outage bulletin site for my company. We are looking to purchase the HTML version to have nicer e-mails sent out, but are working on a proof-of-concept using text. I am using the Advanced Custom Fields plugin to make creating posts easier, as all of our posts follow a standard format. Here’s a snippet of our post content as an example:
Status: [acf field="status"] Service Disruption Start Time: [acf field="startTime"] Service Disruption End Time: [acf field="endTime"] Location: [acf field="location"]
The custom fields are automatically populated on the website itself and display correctly. However, when a status e-mail is sent out via Subscribe2, the custom fields are not populated, and the area where they should be (after the colons) are blank.
Is there a way to add these custom fields into the body of the subscriber e-mail? I was unable to do this using the Subscribe2 Templates on the Admin Page, nor was I able to find where I could add this in the code. Many Thanks!
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