You can use a company or partner level token in articles when the token is surrounded by brackets. The brackets let you use the @ symbol without automatically invoking token substitution. You can also use the following predefined tokens inside articles as well:
- [@UserOneDrivePath] - The online URL to the user's OneDrive directory.
- [@CompanySharePointPath] - The online URL to the company's SharePoint directory.
- [@UserName] - The user's display name.
- [@UserEmail] - The user's email address.
- [@UserPSAKey] - The user's PSA key.
- [@UserOfficeKey] - The user's Office object ID (in the form of a GUID).
- [@CompanyName] - The name of the the company.
- [@CompanyPSAKey] - The PSA key of the company.
- [@CompanyPSAIdentifier] - The company's PSA identifier.
- [@CompanyOfficeKey] - The company's Office tenant ID (in the form of a GUID).
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