Global Snippets

Ever wanted to use one block of text across anywhere in your Simplero? Maybe the same exact sales pitch in the signature of a broadcast, on an order form, on a sales page and/or in an email autoresponder.

Well, Global Snippets allow you to do this. You can create custom text one time and then place the snippet code anywhere you want and the text will be added. This allows you to have a uniformed message across your platform. 

For example, I can create a global snippet called Feature Product and just add the global key in all the places I want that message to show up, and then to edit the message each month with the new featured product text from my global snippet screen rather than remember to update it in all the places I want to put it. 

Below you will find instructions on how to both create the global snippet and how to use it. 


Creating your Global Snippet

  1. Select Settings from your Simplero Dashboard
  2. Select the Colors and graphics tab
  3. Scroll down to the Global snippets section and click the + Add a global snippet button

    Global_snippets_section_in_settings
  4. In the Key box, enter your Interpolation key. This is a bit of text you are going to add the snippet code so it knows what text to populate. For example, if the text described the color red you might use "colored" as your key
  5. In the box to the right is where you will write the text you want to populate when the key is used 

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  6. You can then select the add a global snippet button to add as many snippets as you'd like
  7. Scroll down and click the Save changes button


Now that they are set up you are ready to use them.

To use the global snippet you will place the textGlobal_snippet_liquid_code.pnganywhere you'd like the snippet text to show up.  Remember to change the word key with the key you established. 

For example, using our Colored example above if my key is Colored I would typeGlobal_key_colored 

You can place this in the liquid code of a site page, a text box, or email broadcasts.