i'm playing with Secondary Confirmation Page url customization.
I tried to add some extra param like:
Using this address: http://domain.com/?email=[email]&name=[firstname]
Now I'm interested to add an extra parameter that I ask for the user when he's registering.
Eg. my paramenter name is source, so its personalization tag is [source,fallback=]
I've just tried adding it in this way: http://domain.com/?email=[email]&name=[firstname]&source=[source] and also with http://domain.com/?email=[email]&name=[firstname]&source=[source,fallback=] but there's no way to get it working.
Any tips on how to get it working?
I think we've already answered this via email, I'll post the answer here as well:
Custom fields can't be used in confirmation page URLs at the moment, sorry. To grab a value from a custom field, you can pass the email address in the URL using [email], and use the API to fetch the custom field value based on the email address.
tnx 4 support Stig!
Hi - shame about the lack of support for custom values.
I have a confirmation page that is updating details in our database, and was attempting to put in some authentication via a custom value being passed that would have to match the one in our database, .e.g
This would prevent the page being a security risk, as mentioned here:
(too easy to spoof the page by just entering an email in the url by hand).
Is there any plan to make this functionality available?
Thanks for your feedback. It's not planned currently but we'll certainly consider it for the future.
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