As a quick reminder, variables are elements of data on any site or app which you can label and use in your messages, sheets, or forms. For example, on LinkedIn, you can find a First Name and Company Name variable on any profile you visit and use those variables in an outreach message. Learn more about variables here.
Magical has variables labeled out-of-the-box on popular sites like LinkedIn or Crunchbase but many users use Magical on their internal sites like Salesforce, HubSpot, Greenhouse or even homegrown tools where variable labels may not exist. This is where shared variables comes in handy.
When you use Magical with a company email domain (e.g. email@example.com), your variables are shared across everyone on your domain. This means only one person needs to create variables and everyone on that domain can view those variables and start using them in their messages, sheets, and forms.
What happens to variables I've already created?
Not to worry. Magical will remember any variables you have personally created. You will only start to see new variables that were not previously labeled appear as your coworkers start to create them.
Can I control which variables I share?
No, today variables are shared automatically across a domain. In the future, we plan to add admin control for shared variables which would allow an admin to decide which variables get shared.