Release Notes - November 01, 2023
Last month we rolled out the option for you to enable the Classic Drag & Drop and Custom Code editors in addition to the Studio Editor.
Since then, we've decided the flexibility of having access to all three editors is too good to hold back. So today, November 01, 2023, we're enabling all editors for all customers, providing you with more options to design and build your email templates.
Here's a refresher on what each editor does best:
- Want to quickly add elements into a simple template that offers basic customizations without the need for dynamic content? Check out the Classic Drag & Drop editor.🖱️
- Want to build a template using drag & drop content blocks that incorporates dynamic content, can accommodate minor HTML coding, and requires medium-level coding skills? Stick with the Studio Editor. 🙂
- Are you HTML savvy and itching to create a highly bespoke template with your incredible HTML coding prowess, or simply want to import existing HTML code into a new template and perhaps customize it further? The Custom Code editor will be your jam. 😍
Now it's time to choose 👉
When you're ready to create a new template, you'll pick the best editor for the job, free your creative genius and design a captivating email.
Just remember this one thing...
You can only edit an existing template with the original editor; no cross-use of editors will be tolerated, so stay in your lane. 😜
But, you don't have to remember which editor you used to create your template!
That's because when you click on an existing template, it will automatically open in the appropriate editor. Plus, all templates will be clearly labeled, and you can filter by editor in all the expected locations, such as the template list shown below. Easy, right?