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Mail Designer 365 1.4.4 Update Guide

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Hey Mail Designers – as promised, we have yet another brand new update for you! The Apple Watch preview tool in Mail Designer 365 now supports previews for HTML emails. This, along with more useful improvements, can be found in Mail Designer 365 version 1.4.4. Here’s all you need to know about the latest update…

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How watchOS 5 Will Transform Your Email Marketing Strategy

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It’s no secret that the number of people checking their emails on the go has significantly risen in recent years. One mobile device which has massively grown in popularity since its initial release in 2015 is the Apple Watch. With the recent release of watchOS 5, email creators and recipients alike are all breathing a collective sigh of relief. Finally, no more scrolling through long plain text emails…

We’re taking a look at how the latest update could transform your email marketing strategy.

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Mail Designer 365 1.4 Update Guide

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Hey designers! As you may have heard, macOS Mojave launched on Monday and to celebrate, we’ve got a brand new version of Mail Designer 365 for you which works perfectly on the new OS! Version 1.4 comes loaded with a huge new range of features including colorful image effects, brand new device previews, as well as a sleek new interface for Mojave’s long awaited dark mode.

Mail Designer 365 in Mojave Dark Mode

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Epic Email Design Fails and How You Can Avoid Them…

By | Mail Designer 365 Blog

We don’t know about you, but when it comes to email fails, we’ve witnessed a lot go wrong over the years… We’ve seen everything from mobile design disasters, to missing call-to-actions, and list segmentation blunders that have left even big name brands feeling red faced!

As email geeks, we want to make it our mission to prevent these epic fails from occurring ever again! In our latest Newsletter Academy post, we’ve collected some of the most facepalm-worthy email design fails, along with tips on how you can avoid them with a little help from Mail Designer 365.

Head over to the Newsletter Academy for more!

NEW Mail Designer 365 Now Supports the macOS Mojave Beta: All You Need to Know

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The moment we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived – the macOS 10.14 beta is live! The best news? You can already start testing it out with Mail Designer 365! After weeks of speculation, macOS Mojave was announced on Monday at the annual WWDC. With an interesting set of new features and some significant changes within Apple Mail, we’re going to take you through everything you need to know about using Mail Designer 365 together with the Mojave beta. Read More

How GDPR Opt-In Campaigns Could Reduce Email Volume by up to 50%

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The big day is almost upon us… Tomorrow, after months of planning and preparation, the EU General Data Protection Regulation will finally be enforced upon businesses across the world. We’re sure that most, if not all of you, have been overwhelmed with masses of email opt in campaigns from businesses willing you to stay subscribed to their newsletters and keep receiving updates (guilty 🙊.)

To find out how effective these opt in campaigns really are, and, in particular, what their impact would be on the average person who has signed up to multiple email newsletters over the years, we decided to carry out some research of our own…

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How the Latest Gmail Update Will Impact Your Email Marketing Campaigns

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As one of the giants of the email world, it’s safe to say that whenever Gmail announces an update, email marketers are left nervously anticipating what’s to come and what it means for their marketing strategy. Recent studies show that there are over 1 billion active Gmail users worldwide – making it the second most popular email client in the world. With this in mind, whenever Google makes a change to their service, it’s bound to make an impact on the way your emails are sent, received and read – right?

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