{{coupon_code}}
Displays a coupon coupon code from the coupon codes you added to your touchpoint. You can do this at Touchpoint > Edit > Settings > Coupons.

{{distance_minutes}}
Displays the amount of travel time to the location you entered (longitude/latitude) in the audience targeting of a touchpoint. You can do this at Touchpoint > Edit > Settings > Audience > Targeting > Geographic > Location Range.

{{distance_km}}
Displays the amount of kilometers to the location you entered (longitude/latitude) in the audience targeting of a touchpoint. You can do this at Touchpoint > Edit > Settings > Audience > Targeting > Geographic > Location Range.

{{cart_recovery_hash}}
If your ecommerce tool supports recovery hashes, you can use this variable in the URL to recover the cart.

{{host.subdomain}}
Displays the subdomain of the current URL, e.g. “app” for app.datatrics.com.

{{host.domain}}
Displays the domain of the current URL, e.g. “datatrics” for app.datatrics.com.

{{host.extension}}
Displays the extension of the current URL, e.g. “com” for app.datatrics.com.

{{favorite_count}}
Displays the amount of items the visitor sent to our tracking script as a favorite. You can add favorite buttons to your website by showing a Datatrics touchpoint (an embedded touchpoint would be the best option for this case), which has a HTML class called “dt-addtoFavorites”. Our tracking script will add an onclick event to the element, which favorites the current viewed item for the visitor, when he clicks on the element.

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