Announcing drag and drop images, multiple image uploads, and more!

From writing the perfect copy to gathering your best images, building email campaigns is a process, and we’re on a mission to make that process much easier for you. That’s why we love getting feedback from our customers. You help us learn what’s working, and more importantly, what we can do better to give you the best experience possible.

So today, we’re excited to announce big changes to the way you manage images in Emma – changes you asked for, and we’re happy to deliver.

For a closer look at all the new stuff, here’s Kelley — account manager here at Emma — with the rundown.

Drag-and-drop images right into your mailing
That’s right. Just drag an image from your computer right on top of any image placeholder and it will show up in your mailing. It’s that easy. 

Multiple-image uploads
Sometimes doing things one-at-a-time can be a real drag. So now you can grab a whole batch of photos from your computer and upload them simultaneously to your image library. Just think of all that extra time you’re going to save.

Folders & search
We know image organization is super important, so we created folders inside the image library to keep all of your beautiful images organized. And, when you’d like to find them later? Just use the new Search bar.

Support for retina images
Emma now supports ultra high-res retina images, so your mailing will look spectacular on screens of all sizes. More on this here.

We think you’re going to love these new enhancements to managing images in your Emma account. They’ll save you a ton of time (and clicks) and make your email creation process a whole lot easier. Give ‘em a try, and as always, let us know what you think!


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Miles  Price

Miles Price is a Product Marketing Manager at Campaign Monitor.

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