We’re always enhancing and improving your Emma account, so you can get your work done and hit your goals faster than ever.
Embed a signup form in Landing Pages
Last month, we launched our Landing Page builder, the easiest way to create gorgeous click-through (and self-publishing) landing pages. Today, we’re releasing an update so you can embed an Emma signup form right in the body of a landing page. Just copy the Emma “IFRAME” signup form code and paste it into an HTML block in the Landing Page Editor to display the form on your page. Simple as that!
Don’t have Landing Pages? Upgrade to an Emma Plus account to get it!
Edit send details & preview mailings in the Marketing Calendar
Now, you can edit the Send Details of a mailing via the Marketing Calendar. With this new update, you can change a mailing’s from name, from address, and subject line, as well as reschedule the mailing for a different date or cancel it altogether.
We’re also including an email preview (with both desktop and mobile views) so you can see exactly how your mailing will look right from the Marketing Calendar.
Revert to previously saved mailings
Ever needed to restore previous versions of your mailing? Us, too. We’ve reworked (and renamed) the Undo button to Revert to in the drag-and-drop editor and Landing Page builder.
Emma is constantly saving copies of your mailing in the background at regular intervals. If you want to undo changes when building a mailing, just click the "Revert to" button to see a list of previous versions, and choose the timestamp you’d like to step back to. It’s like your own email time machine (no flux capacitor required).
Ready to get started?
The new Send Details and Revert to features are available today for all Emma accounts, and Landing Pages are available for Emma Plus and Enterprise customers.
Not a current customer? Get a demo of an Emma account today!
About the Author
Miles is a copywriter on Emma’s marketing team, and—most of the time—uses em dashes whenever applicable. Other interests include photography, loud and fuzzed-out guitars, and that clean feeling you get when writing in a brand new notebook.More Content by Miles Price