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Cristina_Leonet
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How to encode lead token First Name + Emoji in a Subject line?

Hello Community,

I'm seeking your expertise to solve a case: I would need to include in a subject line a lead token, and an emoji, I found some articles on the web, but they seem not related to my specific case.

(https://blog.teknkl.com/yes-you-can-use-emojis-in-marketo-subject-lines/)

 

EXAMPLE: Text, [NAME] [eyes emoji]

 

Do you have any suggestions?

 

Thanks in advance for your help and support! 

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SanfordWhiteman
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Re: How to encode lead token First Name + Emoji in a Subject line?

As the others have said, that post has Q-encoder, which is what you need for your exact case.

 

I too have tested it with the Eyes emoji and it works fine. Can you please post the entire subject line of a received email (the raw subject line you see in view-source)?

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SanfordWhiteman
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Re: How to encode lead token First Name + Emoji in a Subject line?

That doesn’t look like the view-source of the email.

But what I already see is you have a curly apostrophe (in “You’re“). That also needs to be Q-encoded.

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lukea
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Re: How to encode lead token First Name + Emoji in a Subject line?

"Text, {{lead.First Name}} =?UTF-8?Q?=F0=9F=91=80?=" - see https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc1342. The website that you are referring to contains a little tool, which gives you the encoded emoji. 

Cristina_Leonet
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Re: How to encode lead token First Name + Emoji in a Subject line?

Thank you, but already tried this way, and the test is showing "=?UTF-8?Q?=F0=9F=91=80?=" instead of the emoji.

 

 

Thanks,
Cristina 

Michael_Florin
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Re: How to encode lead token First Name + Emoji in a Subject line?

2021-11-30 15_45_53-Mail - Michael Florin - Outlook.jpg

Works for me.


String "=?UTF-8?Q?=F0=9F=91=80?=" is in token {{my.Emoji}} placed in the subject line. Works in sample send and real send for Outlook 365 OWA.

lukea
Level 2

Re: How to encode lead token First Name + Emoji in a Subject line?

In what email client does it show "=?UTF-8?Q?=F0=9F=91=80?="?

SanfordWhiteman
Level 10 - Community Moderator

Re: How to encode lead token First Name + Emoji in a Subject line?

As the others have said, that post has Q-encoder, which is what you need for your exact case.

 

I too have tested it with the Eyes emoji and it works fine. Can you please post the entire subject line of a received email (the raw subject line you see in view-source)?

Cristina_Leonet
Level 2

Re: How to encode lead token First Name + Emoji in a Subject line?

Here's the screenshot of the email test:

 

Screen Shot 2021-12-03 at 14.31.37.png

 

Thanks in advance!

SanfordWhiteman
Level 10 - Community Moderator

Re: How to encode lead token First Name + Emoji in a Subject line?

That doesn’t look like the view-source of the email.

But what I already see is you have a curly apostrophe (in “You’re“). That also needs to be Q-encoded.