Choose who you want your campaign to send to by using your Campaign Builder. You can find the builder under Email > Campaigns and then choosing a campaign draft or creating a new one. 1. Click Choose Recipients next to Recipients. 2. Choose which contact list(s) it will send to.
Whether you’re creating a new campaign or updating a draft, you can send a campaign to a single contact by following these steps: 1. From your Campaign Builder (Email > Campaigns), click Choose Recipients. 2. Click Send to Individual Contacts, and then search for the contact(s) you want to use.
You can create a campaign from a flyer or PDF you’ve created. You should have already converted your PDF into an image. Make sure your image is either a JPG, PNG, or GIF file. The file must also be under 12 MB. 1. Click Email > Campaigns from the left-hand
Tags are when you add labels to your contacts so you can provide them with more targeted information. Think about them as sub-categories to lists. Some Tag options include the contact’s interests, birthday month, location, VIPs, unengaged or where you met them. A Tag can be anything that helps you
Robly Branding lets you send using your own domain instead of Robly’s. What does that mean? For example, let’s say a company called Narwhal Party is using Robly to send out marketing emails (P.S. this domain is still available, someone buy it quick!). Without Branding, all links contained in their
To add columns or images/text side by side, first click on the Rows tab in the Drop Module menu: Second, drag in any of the various column modules. Next, click back to the Content tab in the Drop Module menu. And finally, drag content modules, such as images or text, into each section or
Not to be confused with the standard video block, this option lets you insert a link to a video that also automatically generates a GIF of the video into your email. Please note you can only use this feature with YouTube videos. **There is a max of 20 saved Animated
To create custom content like headers, footers, or body sections that you can re-use in any campaign, start by building that content in your template. When preparing a section of content that you want to save for future re-use, keep in mind that you can only save what is contained
Unfortunately not. Adding text over an image is something you would need to do in Photoshop or some other type of image editing software, then import that image to your Robly image library.