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  1. 21 votes

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    Matt Wilkins commented  · 

    100% agree with Yulia and others. If the variable is empty, it shouldn't show up in the document. Also, it's a bizarre UX choice to ignore spaces in variables. I tried adding ' ' to the variable value to suppress the [Missing.Variable] from showing up in my finalized document (which looks quite unprofessional), and to my chagrin, the variable name still persists. :/

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  2. 2 votes

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  3. 9 votes

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  4. 50 votes

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    Hi. We aren’t planning on building this into our feature set at this point in time since it doesn’t fit into our current product roadmap. Please keep upvoting this idea so we can keep considering it every time we work on our roadmap.

    Should you come across any other ideas that suit your business needs, don’t hesitate to give them an upvote!

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    Matt Wilkins commented  · 

    Being able to pass a table, and/or rich text with markdown into the document as a variable would be a huge improvement! Many use cases call for merging in data (say from Google Sheets) that might be more complex than is currently permitted. e.g. if I insert a numbered list e.g. [Project.Deliverables] from Google Sheets or Google Docs, it comes in as unformatted text, concatenated without numbering or new lines.
    My common use cases are for addresses, price lists and schedule of deliverables for a contract.

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  5. 10 votes

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