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 December 21, 2020
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
Adding Animated GIFs to your Email
Enhance your emails by adding animated gifs and engage with your subscribers by sharing more entertaining visual content. Begin creating amazing email campaigns! Please note that the process to add animated GIFs to your email will begin in the Design step of creating an email. Adding a GIF that is saved in your computer requires the same upload steps as an image. For steps on how to upload an animated
Image Gallery October 22, 2020
How do I insert a link for my Flickr page or display a Flickr image in my email?
You have the option to store your Flickr images in your Benchmark account or you can place a link to your Flickr album in your email. There are two options to display an image from your Flickr account in your email: You can integrate your Flickr account with Benchmark. Click Here to learn how to integrate. Save the image from your Flickr account and upload the image into your Benchmark
How do I add multiple images?
With our new Drag and Drop Editor, it is now easier to add multiple images together! We have a block named the image group box that will allow you to add images together. You just drag and drop the block into the email. Once you've dragged the block over, you'll have additional options on the left for the block as well, like how you want to arrange the images, or
Drag & Drop Editor September 5, 2019
How do I get the URL for an image in my Image Gallery?
To get an image URL from the Image Gallery, follow the steps below: Click on the Image Gallery option from your user menu. Click on the image you want the URL for. Then, click the More options icon and select Copy URL. You also can click on Preview, and get the URL from the direction bar. If you need to get the image URL for an image outside
Image Gallery February 25, 2019
How to edit the alignment of an image in the editor?
Our Drag and Drop editor offers different image blocks for your image needs. When your image is placed in your campaign you may want to use the alignment options to move images to one side of a campaign or to the edge of the email. In this FAQ you will learn how to align your images within your email campaign using the Drag and Drop editor. Image Block
Templates & Editor July 30, 2020
How do I enable my email client to display images?
To enable your email client to display images, refer to your email client below: Outlook 2003 Outlook 2007 Outlook 2010 Outlook 2013 Hotmail/Windows Live Yahoo AOL Webmail Gmail Thunderbird MAC Mail iPhone/iPod/iPad Lotus Notes Outlook 2003 Show all blocked images in the message: Click the InfoBar at the top of the message and then click Download Pictures. Notes: If you want the message to show the images the next
General questions September 9, 2019
Supported Image Formats
Benchmark Email currently supports the following image formats: .jpeg (specifically RGB JPEG) .png .gif JPEG PNG GIF Image file format with high-quality data with lossless compression. Great for photography or images with lots of colors. Image file format with lossless compression and with the ability to display transparent backgrounds. Great for logos. Image file format with a maximum of 256 colors. This format support animation and transparent backgrounds. Note:
Image Gallery October 20, 2020