snapADDY provides a set of pre-defined variables which allow you to make mappings more flexible. Mapping variables represent standard recurring values, such as first name or email address, that you can map to the corresponding fields in your CRM system

German English apiName
Vorname FirstName {{ firstName }}
Nachname Last name {{ lastName }}
Firma Company {{ organization }}
Anrede Salutation {{ gender }}*
Titel/Akademischer Grad Title/Academic Title {{ title }}
Funktion Position {{ position }}
Telefon Phone {{ phone }}
Mobil Mobile {{ mobile }}
Fax Fax {{ fax }}
E-Mail E-Mail {{ email }}
Website Website {{ website }}
Straße + Nr. Street + Nr. {{ street }}
Straße Street {{ parseStreet(street).street }}*
Hausnummer Housenumber {{ parseStreet(street).number }}*
Adresszusatz Address Line 2 {{ street2 }}
PLZ ZIP / Postalcode {{ zip }}
Ort City {{ city }}
Land Country {{ country }}*
Bundesland State {{ state }}*
USt-IdNr. Vat {{ vat }}
Umsatz Revenue {{ revenue }}
Branche Industry {{ industry }}*
Firmengröße Company Size {{ companySize }}
Profil-Link (Xing) Profil-Link (Xing) {{ social.xing.url }}
Profil-Link (LinkedIn) Profil-Link (LinkedIn) {{ social.linkedin.url }}
Notiz Note {{ note }}
nicht sichtbar not visible {{ createdBy }}*
nicht sichtbar not visible {{ createdByName }}*
Report ID Report ID {{ index }}
Special default fields
Field name Behaviour
{{ gender }} depends on the salutation-field in the DataQuality
returns -1 when nothing is selected
returns 0 when male salutation is selected (DE: "Herr"; EN: "Mr.")
returns 1 when female salutation is selected (DE: "Frau"; EN: "Ms.")
{{ country }} the DataQuality automatically grabs the Country ISO Codes e.g.: "DE" is grabbed for german addresses
{{ state }} the DataQuality automatically grabs the State ISO Codes
{{ createdBy }} returns the e-mail address of the user signed in to the DataQuality e.g. "r.hahn@snapaddy.com"
{{ createdByName }} return the first and last name of the user signed in to the DataQuality e.g. "Rico Hahn"
{{ industry }} the DataQuality automatically grabs the industry Codes
parseStreet is an internal function that can be used to differ between the housenumber and the street name. It parses the given information and returns an object with the two attributes street and number.