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Jason Pemberton
How to Future-Proof Your Martech Stack  Almost 5,000 marketing technologies are available to help run multi-channel campaigns, produce content, analyze data and more...and the number of technologies will continue to grow. So how do marketers know which technologies to choose that will help them generate the most revenue?   During this happy hour,…
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Sanford Whiteman
     As some have rightly complained, once you set a Mask Input pattern on a Forms 2.0 field, the Form Editor doesn't let you switch the pattern based on other fields' values — for example, country-specific phone numbers. (File this under “Things I've never needed, but know how to do.” Not a fan of input masks on web forms in general!) Here's how.… (Show more)
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Mike Langellotti
Anyone else having issues with send alert / send email flow actions not actually delivering to inboxes, internal or external?  After talking with support, looks like this was a much larger technical issue that was occurring and wondering if anyone else in NY is affected 
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Sanford Whiteman
Because why not? When user AA wondered why his IFRAMEd pages (inside other pages in the same domain) seemed to be ignoring RTP reactions, I resolved to get to the bottom of it. On the technical level, as it turns out, there's no mystery: the RTP JS library disables itself when it determines it's running in an <iframe>. On the business level, this… (Show more)
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Sanford Whiteman
Hey there! Here's a workaround for another forms bug. Wish it were really new, but it seems to have been introduced in the forms2.js dated 2017-06-23. Just tuned in to it today thanks to a DM on the Community. The bug: unchecked required checkboxes no longer show an error message. The checkbox is focused and it does stop the form from submitting,… (Show more)
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Inga Romanoff
Save the Date! Join us on Wednesday, October 25th for the next New York Marketo User Group. By popular demand, this is a free flow format - we will take a vote for your top most wanted topics to discuss.   Topic: Open Topic Discussion   Presenters: Inga Romanoff, CEO at Romanoff Consultants Yoav Guttman, Demand Generation Manager at…
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Allin Patterson
So I have an email that person A is sending out and CCing  person B. The recipients needs to know then can reply back to person A and/or B. Make sense? Can Marketo do it? Example   From: Owner of 123.com From Address: abc@123.com Reply-to:  abc@123.com; def@123.com or abc@123.com, def@123.com (As you would do in Outlook.reply all)… (Show more)
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Sanford Whiteman
     It's easier to customize a Marketo form if it's completely destyled to start. A float or margin-left that doesn't seem to respond to !important can drive a designer crazy, and time spent on CSS specificity & cascade behavior isn't well spent. My li'l snippet for removing Marketo's built-in styles has seen a lot of use via the Community and a… (Show more)
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Inga Romanoff
You are invited to join our next NYMUG meetup on Thursday, August 24th. Sponsored by ON24, this session will explore aligning marketing and sales development using Marketo to run, track and measure your SDR team. Topic: Helping Marketing and Sales Unite High-level Executive Metrics How to engage your top Sales Team members in decision making…
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Sanford Whiteman
     Continuing this series thanks to a prod from user KS on the Field Limits doc:   Does URL field type have a character limit?        Indeed it does: 255 characters.  And — unlike with Integer fields — this restriction is in sync with the SFDC field type of the same name, which also is limited to 255.        This wouldn't be a problem, save… (Show more)
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