|User _id of the snippet owner. Note that this isn't always your userId, since the template might be shared with you.
|Timestamp of when the snippet was created.
|Timestamp of when the snippet last modified.
|ID of the user that last saved the snippet.
|Timestamp of when the snippet was deleted.
|Timestamp of when the snippet was archived.
|The string to use for the subject of the message this template is inserted into.
|HTML source of the template.
|The name of this template. Not used anywhere when the template is inserted.
|The shortcut this snippet can be identified by for quick insertion.
The search string will match either name or the subject of the snippet. In addition, the following search operators are supported (see below). Multiple-word values for search operators must be escaped in quotes (e.g. name:"my sales template"). This does not currently support searching the body of the snippet.
|What you can search by
|Search operator & example
|The snippet's name
name:"my template name"
This search only applies to the snippet's name. Matches case-sensitively. Only one
name: search operator supported.
|The snippet's subject
name:"my template subject"
This search only applies to the snippet's subject.
Matches case-sensitively. Only one
subject: search operator supported.
|The snippet's tag
folder:"my awesome sales pitches"
Search snippets in the specified folder. Matches folder name case-sensitively. Only one
folder: search operator supported.
|The snippet's creator
Search snippets belonging to yourself, your team, or a particular email. Matches case-insensitively. Only one
owner: search operator supported.
|The snippet's custom shortcut
This search only applies the the snippet's custom shortcut, matches case insensitively.