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Batch Email via Pardot Exchange

 Custom Action Name


Objects affected



This is an example of a custom action that integrates Conga Grid with a marketing email application. 

Use Cases

Send Pardot emails from a Conga Grid. This could be really useful from a targeted list of contacts or leads.


The use of JavaScript in Conga solutions is considered an advanced method, requiring JavaScript knowledge, and is not supported by Conga or the Conga support team. You are welcome to use this feature at your own risk.

Follow these steps to create the custom action:

  1. Click Conga Grid Setup.
  2. Select the object for which you want to create the custom action.
  3. Select the object Features tab.
  4. Click New Custom Action. The Custom Action screen appears.
  5. Delete the sample code from the Javascript field.
  6. Copy and paste the following code into the Javascript field.
  7. Copy the itemID value and paste it as the Action Name.
  8. Click OK.
crmc.require(['sfdc', 'KendoPopup'], function (sfdc, popup) {
      "itemID": "Batch_Send_Pardot_Emails",
      "isAvailable": function (context) {
          // This function is called before the action item is displayed and returns a boolean if the item should be displayed
          // By default determine availability based on Feature Security for this action
          var isEnabled = this.featureSecurity.getSetting(, this.itemID) !== false;
          // Only allow this action from Contacts and Leads
          var isCorrectContext = == "Contact" || == "Lead";
          var multipleSelected = context.selectedRows && context.selectedRows.length > 0;
          return isCorrectContext && isEnabled && multipleSelected;
      "getLabel": function (context) {
          // This function returns the display label of the action item and is called before the item is shown
          return "Send Engage Email";
      "createSubmenuItems": function (context) {
          // If this function returns additional action item objects, they will appear as submenu items
          return [];
      "click": function (context) {
          var sendToVFPage = function() {
              var selectedIds = [];
              if (context.selectedRows.length > 0) {
                    //Is the context Contact or Lead? Set the page to the correct VisualForce page.
                    var page = == "Contact" ? "MicroCampaignContact" : "MicroCampaignLead";
                    Object.each(context.selectedRows, function (item) { selectedIds.push({name: "ids", value: item["Id"]}); });
                    var parameters = {
                        retURL: context.actionGrid.settings.pageURL,
                    sfdc.postToVFPage("pi", page, parameters, selectedIds, false, "_blank");
                else {
                    popup.popup('Please select records', 'Select at least one record to process.');

          // Include static resource from managed namespace pre-creates session and allows us to safely POST data without the redirect issue
          var head = document.getElementsByTagName('HEAD').item(0);
          var script = document.createElement("script");
          script.type = "text/javascript";
          var domains = window.location.hostname.split(".");
          if (domains.length == 3) {
              instance = domains[0];
          else {
              instance = domains[1];
          script.src = "https://pi." + instance + "" + new Date().getTime();
          //On error call page logic because you will still have a session.
          script.onerror = function() {

          //Call page logic.
          script.onload = function() {