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This page describes the features available from version 1.9 - see Templates (pre-1.9) for older versions

Notification templates allow you to control exactly what content is sent for each notification type. There are 3 template formats:

Plain: used for private messages and plain text emails

HTML: used for HTML emails

Simple: used for XMPP 

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Editing Templates

Editing a template allows you to change each of the formats using the DotLiquid markup syntax

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Below the input box Each Publisher type has a set of template formats which can be edited provide content for each notification type.

Templates

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Default template content is provided for each combination. When a template has been edited the format name is coloured blue.

Click the 'Edit' button for each notification type to edit the associated templates.


Editing Templates 

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The template content is shown in an editable text area under a tab for each template format. This uses DotLiquid markup syntax which allow you to specify variables using the {{variablename}} notation, control flow with {{for}} loops and {{if}} conditions and many others.



Editing the content will mark the associated tab with an asterisk

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and buttons will appear for saving the templates.

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Once an edited template has been saved, the tab will be marked with a pencil

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 and buttons will appear allowing you to revert the template to the default format.

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Below the editable text area, is a list of variables that are available to be used in the template. These are specific to the notification type, so , for example, build-related notification types, for example, will give you access to the build's version, status, associated changesets etc.

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After saving the templates using the buttons which appear once edits have been made, 

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buttons will be shown allowing you to revert back to the default templates .

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Variables can be inserted into the template using curly brackets e.g. {{Configuration.Name}}

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