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Available Variables

Modified on: Sat, 6 Apr, 2019 at 7:04 PM


Available Variables

Judge.me renders emails using Liquid (also used in Shopify Theme). Therefore, you can use variables by adding {{ variable_name }}. For example: Hey {{ buyer_first_name }} will render as Hey John.

List of all available variables used in Review Request Email:

Variable NameVariable Description
buyer_nameFull name of this line item's buyer
buyer_first_nameFirst name of the buyer
buyer_emailEmail of the buyer
order_quantityQuantity of this product which the buyer purchased
n_days_agoNumber of days prior to now that you fulfilled the order
product_titleTitle of the product
product_handleShopify handle of the product
product_imageThe featured image of the product. This variable shows the image with its original dimension, but does not exceed the email's width
product_urlThe HTML <a> tag, which links to the product page in your shop storefront. This variable contains an authorized token so a review created with this link will have the verified badge. This variable is useful and required in Custom Template, where there is no in-email review form.
smart_product_imageSame as product_image when we can find the product image, otherwise, this variable is just empty
shop_nameName of your shop
coupon_detailsDetails of your coupon. You can change the value of this variable in Settings page under Coupon tab, in Coupon Details box
product_image_url(for advanced users) URL of the featured image of the product. Note that this is just the URL but not the image. Example usage (only in HTML mode): <img src='{{ product_image_url }}'>
view_full_email_href(for advanced users) URL with an authorized token to view the email as Web page. This variable is useful for your Custom Template. Example usage (only in HTML mode): <a href='{{ view_full_email_href }}'>Trouble viewing email?</a>
unsubscribe_href(for advanced users) URL with an authorized token for buyer to unsubscribe from Review Request Email. This variable is useful for your Custom Template. Example usage (only in HTML mode): <a href='{{ unsubscribe_href }}'>Unsubscribe</a>
product_stars(for advanced users) URL with an authorized token for buyer to review on the product page , in the form of the product stars. This works like our Picture First Email Template that is useful for the Custom Template



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