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My address isn't parsing correctly?

  • 9 June 2022
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I can’t seem to figure this out regardless of how many templates or variations I create.

I simply using one line data and breaking it up to create an address

123 Main St., Happyville, TX 5555

{{address}}., {{city}}, {{state}] {{zip}}

I keep getting crazy results and it starts with the address part. It always feeds into the city and sometimes further.

1- Is there a way to fix it?

2-I am considering putting the data in google sheets first them manipulating the data with some formulas!! it’s exhausting


Thank you for any help you can provide.


Best answer by Troy Tessalone 10 June 2022, 00:27

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Hi @DV_Automation 

Good question.

Make sure you have a properly configured template.


Notice the closing bracket.


Notice the extra period before the comma.


Other Options

You may want to try using a more robust email parser such as Mailparser:


A Zap code step can be used to parse data:


Sorry for the typo. It is correctly formatted in the app. I just typed it fast in the forum. 

I will check your link. Thank you


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Hey there, @DV_Automation! I wanted to drop by and see if you were able to get this sorted using the article Troy mentioned? Keep us posted! 🤗