Clicking the proofread option on any of your email message subject lines gives you a screen with the layout and content of your message. You can also select the option to highlight any tokens you are using in you message and even have the system include sample data.
This is a great way to double check and proofread your work when emailing html messages.
Did you know you can also send a proofread copy of your message to your email addresses? This can be very helpful in understanding how your messages will look from one email provider to another.
For example, an email that looks great in gmail may not look the same in hotmail or yahoo.
To set up different email addresses you can use for proofread via email, log in to your back office. Along the top of your screen, you will see the blue bar. Mouse over “AutoResponder” and click “Validated Email Addresses”.
You will see any validated email addresses and a button labeled “Validate New Email Address”. Click that button and enter your new email address in the form that pops up. Click “Submit”.
Check the email address you entered for a validation email. Follow the instructions in that email to validate your email address.
Now, when you are proofreading your messages, you will see the button labeled “Proofread By Email”. You can then select the email addresses you want to send your proofread copy to.
This is a quick and easy way for you to check your message formatting across different email services so that you can know what your subscribers are seeing. We recommend creating test email accounts across the major providers so you can monitor your message formatting across the most popular services.