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Template variables for LinkedIn Sales Navigator

Template variables are now supported on LinkedIn Sales Navigator.

Recruiters, human resources, and sales teams use Gorgias Templates with LinkedIn daily to increase their productivity. We’ve supported dynamic variables in templates on LinkedIn for messages, posts, and comments for a while. Since Sales Navigator is a separate app, we've had limited support for text fields there.

You can now use the {{from}}, {{to}}, or any other variables to insert names or other data automatically and speed up your workflow on Sales Navigator.

See the full list of dynamic variables that you can use in templates.

Gorgias Templates for Safari

Gorgias Templates is now available for Safari

We have great news for macOS users. Gorgias Templates is now available for Safari!

You can download Gorgias Templates from the App Store on your Mac and speed up writing all your emails and messages.

After you install the app and enable the extension in Safari ➝ Preferences, the familiar G button will show up in the Safari toolbar at the top.

Click the G button to allow the extension to run on the current website, or on all the websites you visit.

Gorgias Templates extension permissions

Once you’ve allowed the extension to run, you’ll be able to use all the features you’re used to. The G button in Gmail, the autocomplete dialog, template inserting with the Tab key and template synchronization will all work seamlessly.

If you already have an account, all of the templates you’ve used on other browsers are now also available on Safari.

Download on the Mac App Store

Keep your cursor in line when inserting templates

Here's a quick tip to help you insert snippets of text and avoid your cursor from jumping to the next line of text.

This will save you precious time and your keyboard will thank you for it.

Let's say you're sending the same email to several clients, but you want to give it a personal touch. Or, you often reply with the same information to customer questions and need a custom ending. We've got you covered.

Template showing a cursor hanging inline at the end of the text snippet

How it's done

Open the Gorgias Templates dashboard and follow these 3 steps:

  • Open a new or existing template.
  • Press the Source Code button in the rich text editor. Template editor Source Code button
  • Add style="display: inline-block" to the first div element in the template source code.

Add display: inline-block to the div element in the template source code

For example, if your initial template source code looks like:

<div>Template with inline cursor</div>

After you've added the extra code, it should look like:

<div style="display: inline-block">Template with inline cursor</div>


If your template has more than one paragraph, make sure to add style="display: inline-block" to the div of your last paragraph as well.

Gorgias Templates for Edge

Gorgias Templates is now available for Edge

Gorgias Templates is now available for Microsoft Edge!

Whether you’re using Edge for work, performance, or personal preference, you can now get the same powerful templates for email or messaging.

Just like with all the other browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Opera), you get the full set of features with Edge: keyboard shortcuts, easy template insert with the autocomplete dialog, support for almost any website, and synced templates across browsers.

Install Gorgias Templates from Edge Add-ons

Head over to Edge Add-ons to check out Gorgias Templates for Microsoft’s next-generation browser.

Automatically add names of recipients in your emails

There are a couple of things you think about before sending an email: Did I include the attachments? Is everything clear? Did I write their names right?

The daily email traffic has grown by almost 20% since 2017, according to Statista. And with each of us sending more emails than ever, here’s how to make things easier for you.

Insert names into your emails with Gorgias Templates

Jump straight to the important stuff and let us take care of the introduction.

  • In your Dashboard, create a new template or edit an existing one.
  • In the template’s content add {{}} to insert the first person’s full name.
  • Add more people by using {{to.1.first_name}}, {{to.2.first_name}}, and so on.

Use cases

  • This is great as an introduction when you wish to address everyone individually:

Gorgias Template using multiple name variables

  • Need to forward an email to someone and include the original sender in CC? Use {{cc.first_name}}:

Gorgias Template using the TO and CC name variables

  • Replying to an email and adding a coworker in BCC? We've got you:

Gorgias Template using the TO and BCC name variables

Try out these tricks and streamline your day-to-day work.