How do I add a view email to my browser in Mailchimp?

How do I add a view email to my browser in Mailchimp?

Add a campaign page link with the link tool Make the link text whatever you want, like “View this email in your browser”. To add a campaign page link to your campaign, follow these steps. Click the Text content block where you want to put the campaign page link. Add the text you want to link.

How do I make my email viewable in my browser?

To add a view in browser link to an email, do the following:

  1. Click Marketing > Content > Emails in SharpSpring’s top toolbar.
  2. Create or edit an email.
  3. Click Send Settings in the left panel.
  4. Click the Include “view in browser” link checkbox.
  5. Click Save.

What does view this email in your browser mean?

This feature is a small piece of hyperlinked text usually found in the header of an email. Also known as a ‘mirror link’, it allows you to offer an online version of your email to readers who may have trouble viewing HTML messages or have image loading turned off.

How can I view my email in Mailchimp?

Most Mailchimp templates include a View this email in your browser link that goes to a browser-based copy of your campaign. This campaign page link helps contacts who aren’t able to view your content in their email client.

Where do I find the campaign link in Mailchimp?

By default, most Mailchimp templates include a campaign page link that goes to the browser-based copy of your email campaign. Depending on the template you work with, one of the following links may display in the preheader, and sometimes in the footer. View this email in your browser. Email not displaying correctly?

Why are some of my links on Mailchimp not working?

If Google Analytics, e-commerce, or ClickTale tracking are enabled for your campaign, improperly formatted links can cause issues. Our system makes sure your links are formatted correctly if you use Mailchimp’s link building tools.

How to enable’view this email in your browser’?

Another method to enable the ‘View this email in your browser’ link is to add a variable directly to the email HTML. Sendinblue’s new template language allows you to add a series of predefined variables to your emails, including a ‘view this email in your browser’ link.