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My Journey email is currently referencing a content block and the HTML code has below ampScript

Example :

%%=ContentBlockbyKey(“Old_Content_Block”)=%%

Now I want to change the above code to reference new Content Block instead of the old block, Example:

%%=ContentBlockbyKey(“New_Content_Block”)=%%

So if I make the changes like this in the existing code, will the journey send old or new content after making the changes. Does it not break the journey??

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    Why not set up a simple journey and email and test it? – Adam Spriggs Apr 19 at 10:48
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See Salesforce's documentation on this.

If you're updating AMPscript, the documentation states that you need to pause and republish its associated triggered send via Interactions > Triggered Sends > Journey Builder Sends. Once you've updated your email, do the following:

  1. Navigate to Interactions > Triggered Emails > Journey Builder Sends, to locate your journey and email.
  2. Click 'pause' on the email(s) you wish to update.
  3. Re-check the box(es) for the emails you're updating and click on 'Publish Changes'
  4. Re-check the box(es) again and click on 'Start/Restart'
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  • Thanks for the info. Should I pause and edit the email OR if I edit the mail and follow the above steps is fine? – user0151 Apr 19 at 11:31
  • Either should work fine. One extra thing I tend to do is click on the email name once in the triggered send to refresh the reference to the email. This is needed when updating user-initiated sends, which carry some of the same features. SF knowledge here: help.salesforce.com/… – Antonio De Palma Apr 19 at 11:58

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