Step 5: Add Your Pass Issuance Link
Once you’ve designed your template, add your Pass Issuance Link to the body of your email using one of three ways. Be sure to replace the personalized fields in the link with personalized variables from Mailjet. The first option is to add the hyperlink directly in the email template, the second option is to use add to Wallet button images using HTML with the issuance link embedded, and the third option is to upload a QR code image with the link embedded.
If you imported personalized data into WalletThat your link should look like this:
Example Link: https://d2c.walletthat.com/wallet/gc/502d8e5eb3f364526245828877537c8a?pass-id=[[EMAIL_TO]]
If you are using Mailjet’s personalized variables your link should look like this:
Example Link: https://d2c.walletthat.com/wallet/gc/27c3ed70dfa9663f3fc55380046b955a?pass-id=[[EMAIL_TO]]&account-name=[[data:firstname:””]]&account-id=[[data:memberid:””]]&loyalty-points=[[points:””]]
Option 1: Add the Hyperlink Directly in the Template
Add your issuance link directly into the email template. You can shorten your link text that is displayed in the email by typing the text into the email that will instruct the end user to click the link. Highlight the text, click the Insert Link button in the design settings block, paste the issuance link, and click “Apply”.
Option 2: Embed the Link Behind Add to Wallet Buttons using HTML
To add the Add to Wallet buttons using HTML, Add the “HTML Block” option to your email from the content settings on the left hand side of the email editor. Click the link in the email template to open the HTML editor. You will then need to copy the “Add to Apple Wallet HTML Snippet” and “Add to Google Wallet HTML Snippet” from the Pass Issuance Links page on the WalletThat Platform. Paste your HTML snippets where you want the buttons to be placed within your template. Replace the “PASS ISSUANCE LINK” text within each HTML snippet with your Pass Issuance Link. If you need additional help using HTML blocks, check out this help section article: Add HTML Blocks
Option 3: Embed the Link Behind a QR Code
To embed the link behind a QR code, you can use a free online QR code generator and paste your issuance link into the URL field. Save the QR code as an image and upload your embedded QR code to your email template. If you need help adding images to your template, read more here: Inserting Images in Emails