When you create a certificate it is possible to add in one or more placeholders.

A placeholder is a field that is populated on a certificate once generated, for example - Full Name or Issue Date.

There are a number of existing placeholders to choose from, which will use system generated data. For example, 'PT Issue Date' will populate with the date that the certificate was issued to the reader.

Existing placeholders:

PT Issue Date
Date certificate was issued/generated in UK date format.

PT Issue Date US
Date certificate was issued/generated in US date format.

PT Issue Day

Day certificate was issued/generated.

PT Issue Month

Month certificate was issued/generated.

PT Issue Month Number

Month number that certificate was issued/generated.

PT Issue Year

Year certificate was issued/generated.

PT Expiry Date
Date certificate will expire in UK date format. Expiry date can be set in the Badge settings.

PT Expiry Date US

Date certificate will expire in US date format. Expiry date can be set in the Badge settings.

PT Expiry Day

Day certificate will expire. Expiry date can be set in the Badge settings.

PT Expiry Month
Month certificate will expire. Expiry date can be set in the Badge settings.

PT Expiry Month Number

Month number that certificate will expire. Expiry date can be set in the Badge settings.

PT Expiry Year
Year certificate will expire. Expiry date can be set in the Badge settings.

PT Reader Email

Email address of the reader that is logged into the document.

PT Reader Name

Name of the reader logged into the document. Generates by picking out the details from the reader email address. For example: joe.bloggs@example.com would generate Joe Bloggs.

Note: please be mindful using this placeholder, as it will have unexpected results for some email addresses, for example jbloggs@example.com will generate 'jbloggs' as the name.

PT Badge Name
The name of the badge in use

PT Badge Description

The description entered for the badge in use

PT Score

The score awarded on the assessment completed by the reader.

PT Highest Possible Score

The highest score possible on the assessment completed by the reader.

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