Infusionsoft November and December 2016 Release Updates

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There have been a few nice updates lately to Infusionsoft, and I wanted to let you know about some of the new features available.  Links have been provided at the bottom of this email to watch the full update video as well (each is about 12 minutes long). Campaign Categories – These are now available in Campaign Builder to organize your Campaigns and make it easier to find them.  You...

Parsey shortcodes

When working with Parsey, it’s helpful to know these shortcodes when setting up the Parser Fields: {{space}} – This looks for a single blank space. {{beginning}} – This starts at the top of the email {{end}} – This ends at the end of the email {{break}} – This starts/ends at a line break.  This is useful if you want to make sure you get everything provided in one particular...

Infusionsoft Tip: Adding Quote Boxes to an Order Form

Adding Quote Boxes to a custom Order Form in Infusionsoft is really pretty easy if you take some pre-written HTML code and paste in the right locations.  I’ll give you the code and show you where it needs to go.  From there, it is just an easy edit to change text/colors and add images. First, here is the code to create the Quote Box (it is all CSS, no images required!): Download Code After...

Infusionsoft Tip: Auto Redirect from Thank You page

Did you ever want to auto redirect someone from a Thank You page without making them click on a link?  Try adding this code into your HTML snippet for a 3 second delay before an auto redirect. script type=”text/JavaScript” setTimeout(“location.href = ‘http://yoururlhere.com’;”, 3000); /script     For other tips besides how to create an auto redirect from...

Infusionsoft Tip: Center a video on the Custom Order Forms

I needed to center a video the other day and had to re-figure out how I did it last time. So, I figure I should put it here for my reference and for yours. Since the HTML tab lets you put in HTML coding in your Order Forms, the coding (HTML Tag) you need to use to center an iFrame video is simply <center> <iFrame content goes here> </center>.  Using the center HTML tag will allow...