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It's important to me that the emails that I send out have a consistent look. To that end, when I go to write a new email, I have simply been doing a "copy" of the previous week's email and then I just changed the content that needs changing for the new document. In a further effort to TRY (not sure if that is what I did or not) and make it even simpler, I created a "Master Email" and it's from that one that I plan to modify each week. However, it's now occurred to me that the "Master" copy is going to scroll off the bottom of my list of emails and will not be as accessible to me, as it is now, without a few extra steps.
In my effort to simplify my process, have I made it more complex than it needs to be? Is there a way for me to save the email that I really like and have personalized as a template?
Unfortunately the way you have created the draft email and used it to copy is the only workaround to this currently. Making a copy of the Master template is a great way to keep the emails consistent. I understand your concerns about it falling to the second page so I thought of some creative solutions! One idea would be to name the template something like "2012 Master Template", so when you pull up your list of existing emails all you would need to do is click the "Email Name" link to sort them alphabetically so your "2012 Master Template" would come up first. The second thing I wanted to point out is that you can control the number of emails that will show on the one page. This is on the "Show" drop down menu. I have highlighted both below for you.
I will be sure to pass this feedback along on your behalf for future updates!
Hope this helps,
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