Yes, you can add liquid code into your Spently templates and you will be able to use these in your templates. Here are a few liquid codes which you will be able to use in your templates.

{{ billing_address.first_name }}

This will pull in the customers first name to the template. Here is an example of how you can use this in your templates, "Hey {{ billing_address.first_name }}, Thank you for your purchase!"


{{order_name}}

This will display the order number for the customer. For example, "Order summary: {{order_name}}"


{{
shop.name }}
This will pull in your stores name to the template. You will see this on your "Customer Account Welcome" and POS receipts.

Shopify also offers a range of liquid codes for you to use in your templates. However we always recommend reaching out to us before adding these into your templates to ensure they match the styling on your templates. You will be able to find the full list of email variables HERE.

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