The drag & drop editor is chock full of features designed to make creating emails easier and more fun (really). Here are just some of the ways you can make your own design changes, edit content on the fly and save time without compromising style.
Look for options to change your template's background color, accent colors and more at the top of your mailing.
Change the layout of your mailing from one column to two (or three) by clicking the Columns link at the top.
Drag in any content block from the menu to the left, and rearrange the blocks by clicking the arrow icon at the top of any block. Look for the areas marked "drop" to select your placement.
To add a link to an image, click the image and type a URL into the link field.
Click the gear icon at the top of a content block to turn on image captions in that block.
Is your text not formatting correctly? Bringing in formatted text from other programs like Microsoft Word can cause unexpected results. We suggest first pasting your content into a plaintext program on your computer. Or, start fresh by using the Remove Formatting button, and then use the toolbar to assign text styles. You can also paste in your text already formatted.
Click the gear icon at the top of a content block to add a background color, border, or to adjust margins and padding. Here you can also control text wrapping, number of images and image positioning within a block.
Assign an internal name for your mailing to keep organized. Click the title of your mailing to rename it.
Did you make a change that isn't quite right? Click the Undo button at the top of your mailing to go back a step (or two). And if you undo something by accident, click the Redo button right next door to get back on track.
See how your email looks in the inbox at any time. Click Send Test to mail to up to 25 recipients, and we'll automatically add [TEST] to the subject line. You can also add a note to you testing recipients.