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I did just notice that it does actually work if it is a field that is not within a Flexible Content field type. So if you just have a text field named “seo_description” on the page and you want to use that as the description within Yoast SEO, then you can do the below within the Yoast SEO “search appearance” settings in the description area:
So I guess the temporary solution is to do something like this, however this means I need to create another field for someone to enter in the specific seo description text. So if there was some way to make this just automatically pull from the current text area field I have within the Flexible Content layout I have, that would be great!
I am guessing the %%cf_field_name%% approach doesn’t work for sub fields like the ones within repeaters, groups, flexible content, etc.
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