How do I separate my contacts’ first and last names in Excel?
It is very easy to split first names and last names that appear in the same column in Excel into two columns. Before you can separate the information into two columns, you'll need to make sure that the column to the right of the contact name is empty. If it is not empty, highlight the column to the right of the name field, right-click and select Insert. Then follow these
How do I convert a text file to an Excel file?
Converting your text files into excel files can save you time because the data will be divided into separate columns, making the information easy to distinguish and manage. Follow these steps to take advantage of this option: Start Excel. View all readable text files. In Excel 2003: From the File menu, select Open. From the Files of type, select Text Files. In Excel 2007: Click the Office button. Select Open.
Contact Lists August 6, 2018
Why does Gmail ask me to “show quoted text” when I‘m viewing multiple test emails?
Gmail's Conversation Threading function often lumps emails from the same sender all together. Sending multiple test emails to your Gmail will likely cause the emails to be grouped together and appear with a number next to the From name. Clicking the From name or Subject Line lists each email - but only the top email will display its contents. The content of the other emails is not visible because Gmail
Email Marketing March 28, 2019
How do I modify the text version of my emails?
You can edit the text version of your emails by following the steps below: Click on the Text Version option at the bottom of the left pane on the Email Editor page. The screen refreshes to display the text version of your email. Make edits as necessary. You can create the text version based on the HTML by clicking on the Copy Text from HTML Email. Click Save Changes. If
Can I send a text-only or plaintext email to my contacts?
Your contacts sign up for the HTML version of your email by default, but you can send a "text only" to your contacts if their preference is set to "Text Only". Email Preference Change through Individual Update Click on the contact list. Click on the email address you want to edit. Click the Text Only bubble next to Email Preference and click on the Save button. Email Preference Change through
How to change the font, style, or color of Text?
To edit the font, style, or color of a text Go to the section/block you wish to edit. Click the Edit icon . Highlight the text you want to change color (by using the mouse or the keyboard to select the text) In the toolbar of the block,You can find follwoing options for text formatting To change the font color, click on the text color picker . Select a new
Drag & Drop Editor September 6, 2019
Why has my email campaign been ‘Not Approved‘?
When an email campaign is scheduled to be delivered, the email is scanned and then monitored by our Benchmark support team. Emails are checked for signs of abuse or language that could be marked as spam by inbox filters. This is done to protect both Benchmark Email's reputation and the reputation of the sender, as well as ensure a higher deliverability rate. Factors that require further investigation take longer to
Why is my text running off to the right of my article section?
Text extending beyond an article block is a result of pasting text from external sources (MS Word document, email message, webpage, etc.) into Benchmark Email. One solution is to copy text from the original source, paste it to a simple text program (not MS Word) so that it loses its formatting, then to recopy the text and paste it into the Benchmark Email editor. Your computer most likely has this
Templates & Editor March 28, 2019
How do I place text over my image?
If you want to place any text over your image, we recommend using any Image editing software (Adobe Photoshop) and place the text over the image. You then need to save this new image and upload it to your Image Gallery. You can then use this image. We do not recommend using LAYERS, or DIVs to get the effect in HTML as this may not be supported in most email
Aligning or wrapping text around an image
To Text Wrap in the drag and drop editor. Click on the block you wish to edit Place your cursor where you want to place your image Insert your image Select alignment left or right and text wrapping will occur Once you have completed your changes, click on Save & Close to save your progress.
Image Gallery August 6, 2018