I want the ENTIRE email to show in a web browser, not just sections. Why can't you just add View as Web Browser back in? My partner says he can't find the style sheet option either. What we're having to do is go back to old emails make in the legacy format and copy and change them. Is there a way we can revert back to using legacy?
Thank you for reaching out to the Community! I'm sorry to hear there are extra spaces in some words within your email. We definitely want to take a look into this issue!
Please email us at social_support(at)constantcontact(dot)com with your username, the name of the email campaign you are working on, and a reference to this post and we will investigate further!
We see you have requested an update on this through email as well. We have followed up with you through there! Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist with in the meantime.
Thank you for your reply to the Community! In our 3GE editor, we no longer have access to the HTML code or style sheet because the templates are hard coded. I will certainly submit your feedback to our developers on adding this feature back to our new templates.
The option to View As Webpage should show your whole email when clicked on, not just sections. Thank you!
Agree. Removing the web view option for the entire email was another bad decision. CC must have stopped doing user tests before removing features.
Hello @AITPChicago ,
You can still preview emails for both desktop and mobile formatting. You can still insert View As Webpage links. VaW links don't go live until the email campaign has been sent out, since they use the share link / permanent url.
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