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Add Animated GIFs to a Mailing
If you want to insert an animated GIF into your mailing, you're in the right place! An animated GIF is a file that contains multiple images in a single file. They're great for making your mailings more lively and are often used in holiday ma...
Create a Mailing
Sooner or later (probably sooner!), you’ll want to create a mailing in Informz. We’ve got you covered, especially because the process is so easy! Let’s learn how to create a mailing in Informz. Keep in mind that when you creat...
Create a Story
When we think of a mailing, we are mostly thinking about the stories that make up that mailing. While there are a lot of important pieces that make up a mailing (e.g. template, story layouts, images, unsubscribe links, etc.), it's the story that...
Create a Web Archive
Any mailing you create with a link to an online version can always be added to a web archive. Archives are equally useful for as internal references or as an additional resource for subscribers. Steps Navigate to Mailings > Optio...
Get HTML Source Code from a Sent Mailing
The source code for a sent mailing is available by going to the Mailing Activity Report for that particular mailing. Because you are looking at the mailing in its entirety, the source also includes the HTML from the template. Steps ...
Insert a Story Layout
A story layout is a small structure that allows a fast and predictable way to format your stories. Using a story layout in a mailing's story provides a formatting structure for that mailing - all you need to do is change the text. Inserting a ...
Online Version
The online version of a mailing allows your subscribers to view a mailing in a browser. The online version can be a welcome alternative when a mailing is not rendering properly in an email client. Additionally, when subscribers share your content ...
How to Troubleshoot Text Cutoff Errors (Outlook 2013 & 2016)
If you've ever created a mailing and tested it in Outlook 2013’s or 2016’s desktop platforms, you might come across a story that looks something like the image below: One quick look and you’ll notice that the left e...