Has anybody else noticed that when you use a rich text "my" token to place a link in an email you get something like this when you send yourself a text test?
<strong><span style="color: #035291;"><a href="http://www.google.com/">Fancy example link</a></span></strong>
Is there any way to edit the text version of this?
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Is there no way around doing this? We are setting up a massive suite of engagement programs and to have to set up separate text emails for each variant of each email will be a huge amount of additional work.
Having the same issue. Seems "plain text" should strip out the token's code just like any other element. Now I have to edit every email just so that the text version has the text tokens? Isn't the whole point of tokens to save time?
Totally. I wish they would address the problem instead of requiring solutions like this that create the opportunity for more problems.
Try adding your calendar token to your html version. Then preview. You can then see the link's url. Note it down. You can tailor your own text for the text only version and add the link underneath.