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I'm trying to replicate the example here but Channel Entries tag in the notification email is not rendering at all. I've tried both Plain Text and HTML emails.

Any ideas?

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Is the entry showing when you open the page in your browser? (Use the entry_id to debug.)

Two things come to my mind:

  1. Is the status of the entry other than 'open'? Than you should use the parameter status="[the other status]"
  2. Is the entry_date a date in the future? Than use the parameter show_future_entries="yes"
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  • Ah yes - I'm sure it's the status. It is something other than 'open'. Hadn't thought of that. Thanks!
    – Mike Mella
    Jun 3, 2015 at 14:01
  • Hmm, no still nothing. I can see it in my browser if I replace {entry_id} with the actual ID number, but not if I use entry_id="{entry_id}". {mbr_screen_name} is also not rendering.
    – Mike Mella
    Jun 3, 2015 at 14:18
  • Have you tried adding dynamic="no"? Jun 4, 2015 at 1:36
  • I just heard from my client and it seems the Channel Entries tag is now rendering, even though it does not when I view that template in the browser. And the {mbr_screen_name} still is not rendering.
    – Mike Mella
    Jun 5, 2015 at 15:51

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