Notification Blocks

Notifications can be customized using blocks. These block types allow you to dictate how the content of a Notification is rendered and styled before it is sent out. They are primarily used in Email Notifications.

All block types utilize Liquid Templating to display dynamic information inside Notifications.

Text

Text blocks allow you to display normal text inside Notifications. In Email Notifications, this block utilizes Github Markdown for formatting. Every succeeding text block is rendered on a new line.

SMS Notifications can only have Text blocks.

Header blocks allow you to display a header in emails. By default, this block uses your Workspace's logo but you can also upload a different image to override this.

Footer blocks allow you to display a footer in emails. By default, this block uses your Workspaces's horizontal logo and tagline but you can also upload a different image and specify a different tagline to override this.

Additionally, this block also uses your Workspace's legal information to display information about your terms of service, privacy policy, copyright, and address.

Button

Button blocks allow you to display a button in emails. This button will link out to a URL of your choice.

Image

Image blocks allow you to display images in emails. You can also optionally include an image subtitle as shown in the example above.

Event Information

Event Information blocks allow you to display a formatted section with information about an event. The block displays the event's title, date and time, attendees, location, and conference room link if those exist.

This block can only be used if the Notification's Trigger attaches an Event to it.

Event Cancel Information

Event Cancel Information blocks allow you to display a formatted section with information about a canceled event. The block displays the event's title, original date and time, and information about who canceled the event and why.

This block can only be used if the Notification Trigger is "Event Canceled".

Divider

Divider blocks allow you to display a divider in emails. This can be useful to separate different sections of your email.

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