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What are tokens?

Tokens are small pieces of codes used in emails and certificates to fit the situation and user. A email template can for example contain the following token: %%UserFirstName%%. The token will be replaced with the related users first name.

Here follows a list of the built-in system tokens and what they mean. Note some tokens have value only in the context of related events, for example, a token that is about Learning Activities or enrollments (%%ActivityDescription%%,or %% DueDate%%) only have value in relation to learning activities, as assignment of learning activities, and of course not in connection with messages like forgot password, etc.

Token Description
%%ActivityDescription%% The description on the learning activity.
%%ActivityName%% The name of the learning activity.
%%ApplicationName%% Defined during setup of Activate LMS. Typically, it is the URL (test.activatelms.com).
%%DepartmentLogo%% Inserts the logo of the organisational unit.
%%DepartmentName%%

Name of the organisational unit.

%%DueDate%%

The due date of the user's enrollment to the activity.

%%EmailGraphic%%

Defined during initial setup of Activate LMS. Typically the company's logo.
%%ExpirationDate%% Expiration date of the user's enrollment of the activity.
%%LaunchActivityLinks%% If setup on a parent module, a list of links is generated as shown below.
%%LogInLink%% Link to log on to the LMS without having to type the username and password.
%%LogInLinkUrl%% Same as%% LogInLink%%, but with the exception that the actual URL is used as the link.
%%ManagerFullName%% Full name of the user's manager.
%%MobileLogInLink%% Used as loginlink to sites where there is defined a separate mobile frontend.
%%ParentActivityName%% Name of the learning activity's parent.
%%Password%% The user's password.
%%SystemEmail%%

The sender address of the system.

%%SystemSupportEmail%%

The systems support email.

%%SystemSupportPhone%%

The systems support phone number.

%%TodayDate%% Today’s date.
%%UserFirstName%% The user's first name, as. John.
%%UserLastName%% The user's last name, as. Doe.
%%UserFullName%% The user's full name, as. John Doe.
%%UserName%% The user's user name.
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