Pass Email Subject line as variable for "UTM_Campaign" parameter

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I am looking to put in my email template a link to my NPS page for further feedback on my services and I am looking to add the email's subject line to the UTM_Campaign parameter. 

Here's what I'm looking to do:[feedback-page]/?utm_source=CTCT&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campai...

The Constant Contact variables table however doesn't have a section for subject lines. I've been playingaround with the subject line as a custom field but it does not look like that is generally captured. 

I have also pushed some notifications to Google Tag Manager and GA4 to see if the auto-source will record anything about the emails name and it passes just an "email" tag in lieu of anything specific.  

For now, I have a generic "general" tag in the UTM field until I get a better answer, but would really love to know if this is a thing.

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Zoe H.
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