Displaying Dynamic Images Using Content Blocks

In a previous post, we reviewed how to display dynamic images in D365 for Marketing emails. This was done using images stored on a web server, named a specific way which could then be pulled in if they matched a value on an option set field. In this post, we will look at how you could achieve the same thing but this time using Content Blocks and some conditional logic. This means it doesn’t…

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NOTE: ALL INFORMATION IS ACCURATE AT DATE OF PUBLISHING *** In a previous post, we reviewed how to display dynamic images in D365 for Marketing emails. This was done using images stored on a web server, named a specific way which could then be pulled in if they matched a value on an option set field.

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