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New: Drag ‘n’ Drop Images from Desktop to Newsletters

GetResponse June 7, 2013 Comments Off

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We love improving Email Creator to give you even more creative freedom to design newsletters that are effective and professional-looking. Today’s new improvement lets you drag ‘n’ drop images straight from your desktop into your design, for stunning newsletters in minutes.

 

So how does it work?

Check out our new Quick Guide
 

 

Start by choosing a newsletter template from our collection of predesigned templates — or start from scratch.
 
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Then simply drag ‘n’ drop an image straight from your desktop to an image block in your newsletter.
 
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You can also drop new images into image blocks as you create them.

 

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Image width automatically adjusts to fit the image block you choose.

 

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Adjust image height using Email Creator menu options.

 

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What’s more — your newly uploaded images are added to your Multimedia Studio automatically, so you can use them again and again.
 

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Uploading to your multimedia studio

If you prefer, you can add images to your Multimedia Studio first, then use them in newsletters anytime.

In the My Account dropdown menu, click Account Details.

 

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Select Multimedia Studio

 

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Drag images from your desktop and drop them into your Photos & Images library. The image appears automatically.
 

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It’s that simple!

 

Got questions?

We do our best to make everything about GetResponse as simple and intuitive as possible.

But if you get stuck, don’t fret. Just reach out to our Customer Success Team by phone, email or live chat. They’ll be glad to help.

And if you have a quick question, drop it into the comment section below. We love hearing from you!

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