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Issue Description You have a tracked link in an email. When the email is received, the link breaks and doesn't redirect to the desired page. The link works perfectly when the tracking is disabled Issue Resolution The server hosting the link might not accept parameters, or might limit the number of characters in the parameter, etc. When tracking is enabled, Marketo adds mkt_tok=manymanycharacters. The issue could be either the page does not accept parameters at all, or does not accept such long parameters. You might need to reach out to the developers of that page and investigate this. Our suggestion is to have “track link” checked but not the “Include mkt_tok”. Unchecking just Include mkt_tok will still allow the link to be tracked, but after redirect, the destination URL will not include the mkt_tok query string parameter.
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Issue Description Link(s) placed into Email(s) by a Token is not tracked and does not show successful click activity in the lead/person record. Issue Resolution Sometimes there are situations in which URLs, and other content, are placed in emails by using {{tokens}}. When Marketo sends emails, you can think of building the email in 2 steps: Marketo searches the email code for "http" or "https" and wraps the tracking code around the URL Marketo inserts the values of {{tokens}} into the email. If the {{token}} value is http://www.domain.com , that would be expected to not track because of the above 2 steps. After the {{token}} value is inserted, Marketo does not go back to wrap tracking code around http/https. The {{token}} doesn't look like a URL when the system applies the tracking code because the tokens don't pull the values in until the next step after. The solution to tracking tokens is to place http:// or https:// on the outside of the token, like such: http:// {{token}} That way, when Marketo builds the email, in step #1, the system recognizes the http and knows it's a URL. Then the tracking is wrapped around the http and the {{token}} as well. Then in step #2, the {{token}} value is inserted into an already-wrapped link. A unique caveat to keep in mind is that if the {{token}} value contains http, but http is on the outside of the {{token}}. Let's say the URL you want to insert is http://www.domain.com . You have to move the http:// out in front of the {{token}}, but you don't want to also have it inside the {{token}} as well. If your link ends up being http://http://www.domain.com it will break. To get around this, you'll need to remember to take the http:// out of the {{token}} value. {{http://www.domain.com}} would instead be http://{{www.domain.com}}
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Issue Description Changes made to an email template are not reflected on the email assets (that are using the template in question) after approving the draft for those emails. Issue Resolution To find out why the changes are not reflected, follow the steps below: Go to the email template in question. Check if the HTML elements that have changed have the class of mktoModule, mktoEditable, mktoContainer, or any other mkto related class name. Disassociate the HTML element(s) in questions from the class above. Note: These steps will require an complete overhaul on the email template's code base, because the relationships between elements would change. This type of change will require assistance from a developer/engineer who is experienced with HTML and CSS. Who This Solution Applies To All customer with Email 2.0 Editor enabled.
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