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Making Date Tokens work when you "view in browser"

Question asked by 3bc4b0c911f1534d2d852b564e62515d53b49017 on Jun 12, 2015
Latest reply on Jun 12, 2015 by 6b251803a89899b5bc8c7709db4c78261ad820a5



I use the below date token to populate the date in my emails.  In the actual emails this works very well for me however I have noticed that when a user views the email in their browser it shows them the token code rather than the date.  Does anyone know why this might be?


Token Type: Email Script

Token Code: $date.format('dd MMMM yyyy', $date)


In the email I have the token in a table, below is a sample of the code:

<td valign="top" style="color:#888888; font-family:Helvetica; font-size:12px; line-height:125%; text-align:left; padding-bottom:15px;">{{my.TodaysDate}}</td>