What are responsive emails?
Responsive emails are designed to adapt to all the devices they are viewed on by rearranging all texts, images, and blocks. Benchmark offers easy to use tools to help you create your own responsive emails. Resulting in more opens and clicks on your email campaign. Approximately 55% of all emails are now opened on mobile devices rather than computers. The big difference between viewing an email on a traditional desktop
Templates & Editor September 22, 2020
Using Block Dividers
Dividers are useful to organize your emails and landing pages, and they also give a clean look to your design. It is always a good idea to add spaces between every section to help the reader to see the information better. Here you can find how to add dividers and set paddings around images and blocks with our Drag and Drop Editor. Dividers To use this block, drag it to
Does Benchmark Email provide responsive templates?
Absolutely yes! Benchmark does provide responsive templates for your emails. Any emails you create in the Drag & Drop Editor will be responsive and will adapt to all mobile devices. Whether you create the email from scratch or choose a template with the Drag & Drop Editor you’ll have a responsive email, barring any content that may break the email. Click Here to learn about Responsive Emails. If you have
Templates & Editor June 25, 2019
How do I insert a YouTube icon into my email?
Benchmark makes it effortless for you to insert social media icons into your email, like the YouTube icon. You can share links to your social profiles by adding social media icons and share with your subscribers. This process will begin within the email creation process. If you would like to learn how to initially create an email, click here to learn more! To insert a YouTube icon into an email
Social Media September 23, 2020
How can I create an email using a Benchmark Email template?
Create an email using a Benchmark template that best fits your needs, or you can upload your HTML code to use your own template. To create an email using one of our templates: Log in to your Benchmark account. On the Dashboard menu, click the Emails tab and select Emails. Click the Create New Email button in the header section. Select Regular Email type and click Next. Choose the Drag
Can I spell check my email in Benchmark Email editor?
To spell check your email Click on Emails tab Click the Edit This Email icon. When you click the Emails link, you will be shown a list of all of the saved emails in your account. To the right of each entry, three icons appear. The first icon is the Edit This Email icon. Click on the Email Builder link from the summary. Click on the Spell Check link at
If I send a one test email, will it show up just like it would to my subscribers?
If you send a test email from the 'Editor' preview page, the body of the email will appear as it will to your contacts. However, the formatting may differ in some of your contacts' email clients. Also, test emails include a additional item in the the standard footer indicating it is a Test Email. All special links (subscribe, optin, survey, manage subscription) would run in test mode. Every email that
What about my emails made in the Classic Editor?
Unfortunately emails and templates from the old Classic Editor are incompatible with the new Drag and Drop editor. This is due to many of the functions, features, and code of the new editor, were not available in the old editor. But with the new Drag and Drop editor, all email templates or emails created by you will be mobile friendly, and it's been said that it's easier to use!
How do I view the HTML code?
Not all blocks will allow you to view the HTML code. This is to prevent any mishaps when viewing the email in the inbox, and also on a mobile device. Viewing the HTML code can mostly be done in text blocks or boxes. You will click on the HTML icon in your toolbar and a window will appear with the code for the block.
Drag & Drop Editor September 5, 2019
How Do I Edit the Spaces Between Text and Blocks?
To edit the text between text and blocks, some of the blocks will have a slider on the left for padding. By increasing or decreasing the padding, you change the distance between the text and the blocks. Many blocks will allow you to change the horizontal padding and the vertical padding individually, and some blocks will only let your change the overall padding, such as image blocks. Note: