How to use CFS in HTML emails
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Written by Murry
Updated over a week ago

CFS blocks can be used in HTML emails, as well.
This can happen by using the special variables *|CFS_LINK_0|*, *|CFS_LINK_1|*, *|CFS_LINK_2|*... inside of your HTML code.


  How likely are you to recommend us to a friend or colleague?
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_0|*">0</a>
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_1|*">1</a>
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_2|*">2</a>
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_3|*">3</a>
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_4|*">4</a>
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_5|*">5</a>
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_6|*">6</a>
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_7|*">7</a>
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_8|*">8</a>
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_9|*">9</a>
<a href="*|CFS_LINK_10|*">10</a>

The *|CFS_LINK_n|* will be replaced with the corresponding links from the Metrilo system upon sending the email out.
The HTML variables allow you to customize your question, and the possible answers.

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