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How to use merge tags to send invitee passcodes?
How to use merge tags to send invitee passcodes?

RSVPify can generate passcodes for groups or individual guests which allow them access to the event wall.

Updated over a week ago

Step 1: Create your email via Email > New Email > Compose Email.

To send your guests their invitee passcode, you will need to create an email to inform them. You can create the email in the RSVPify email builder, which you can access via Email > New Email > Compose Email. Once you enter this builder, you have the ability to customize an email that you can send to some or all of your invitees.

email invitation, RSVP

Step 2: Insert merge tag "Invitee password" into your email before sending it out to your attendees

Once you have entered the menu for email composition, you will be able to edit the content according to your preferences. Once you click to edit the email block, a "+" icon will appear on the left-hand side. Click this icon and choose to use merge tags. A drop-down selection of saved merge tags will appear, with the penultimate one being "Invitee password". Click on it and insert it into your email.

Inserting invitee password merge tag into email

After you have correctly completed the aforementioned steps, your guests will receive emails that contain the unique invitee passwords that only they can use to enter your event's website. The following example shows how the email is displayed for the recipient.

Invitee passcode received email

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