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In order to add your newsletter to your website I would suggest using our email archive feature that is available on the Email Plus plan. This feature allows you to easily archive emails on your website after they have been sent from your account. Click Here for some more information on this feature.
In addition to this, you can pull the share URL of that newsletter. The share URL is available after the email has been sent. You can get the share URL by clicking on the “Sent” folder on the campaigns tab. You will notice a chain link icon next to the sent email. Click this to get the share URL. This is something that you can add to your website as well.
I sure do hope that this helps but please let us know if you have additional questions. Thank you for using Constant Contact, have a great day!
Is there a way to get the share url BEFORE I publish a campaign? We have stakeholders that want to easily embed the newsletter into their website.
Hello @ERCODA ,
Since emails can still be edited while in Draft or Scheduled status, the unique url's for emails do not go fully live until the email has been sent out, similarly to how other campaign types' links may not work or redirect properly if they're still unpublished.
If you're needing to provide an email's link before it's been truly sent out, you can put the email into a "Scheduled" status (by selecting a future date/time rather than Send Now), which will provide the link. Though it won't open to a proper webpage till actually sent, it can still be shared and copy-pasted as needed.
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