I want to ask HubSpot to support if statements in email templates as soon as possible. It would be a really big help in providing customized content to our potential customers in our emails. We currently support 7 languages. Currently, all the personalization has to be done in either 7 different templates for the languages, or in the 7 email itself and by the help of many lists. You can guess that for example to support different languages or countries, you would have to create really a lot of emails and lists to provide such personalization, even though we could access it over properties very easily. If we could compare these properties. Many thanks for your suggestions to ease this process.
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Hello community! I'm currently working on a blog listing page where I would like to list blog posts according to different variables that are stored in a module. It works in a way that the author selects the category of the blog posts and it will appear in the listing page under the correct category. But this functionality is not only limited to categories, there are other variables in the module that will change the order and/or location where the blog posts will be listed. In order to do this, I need to get all blog posts from the page and the display them according to this variable. While checking Hubspot's documentation in order to implement this as effective as possible, I was surprised that the only two ways I found to list blog posts are: - Using contents variable - Using blog_recent_posts function (or other very similar functions like blog_popular_posts) To my surprise, both functionalities have a limited number of blog posts displayed. Let me explain: blog_recent_posts This function has a limit of only 200 articles, so the moment you have +200 articles, this is not useful for you. I understand that this is meant to return only the most recent ones and probably 200 blog posts is more than enough. But why 200? And why we cannot edit this limit like the variable contents that I will comment below? 🙂 contents The number of blog posts stored in this variable is set to 10 as default (as per my experience, please correct me if I'm wrong). I believe this is limited to help with pagination. I found out that this limit can be changed in the Settings of a page, but to my surprise it's also limited to less than 1.000.000.000 blog posts. Yes, I know it's a crazy number that probably 99.99% of the pages will not reach, but why there is not the possibility to set this to UNLIMITED? Why do we have to set a limit for this if what we might need is to get ALL blog posts from a page? What if one day a page has more blog posts than the limit? I just would like to understant the nature of these limits. I know it's not an important matter right now but I believe it can lead to a useful discussion in the community and hopefully to better ideas on how to improve this area. Also, if there is a way to get ALL blog posts from a page that is not listed above and solve this "issue", please let me know! 😁 Thank you!
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