Each and every time I copy an old newsletter to edit for a new publication ( I have about 50 clients I publish for in another account and 1 I publish for in this account ) I receive the mobile template splash screen. It was great the first few times and I'll admit I even looked at a few mobile templates. But I don't have the time, nor do I feel the need to switch everything I publish to a mobile friendly template. I've looked at everything I publish now in a mobile setting - it looks fine - why the push to switch I wonder? How do I turn it off? The splash screen is an annoying extra step and I've seen it enough I now have it comitted to memory. HELP! TURN IT OFF!
I changed my template for a daily message I send to a mobile friendly one but I still get a pop up every time I log in saying that this template is not a mobile friendly one and why don't I consider using one. It's very annoying and after contacting CC via the usual email method 2 times, the last reply asked me to post here so that I'd get more attention, so here it is. I hope this problem can be fixed soon.
Thank you for posting your feedback about this pop up. I have moved it to an area where we have a few other posts about this as well, so that is has the best visibility by the people who need to see it.
Thanks for posting!
Please add an option of "got it" or "don't tell me this again" to your pop up that I've seen dozens of times. Here is the message that is presented to me over and over again. It begins, "Did you know?" Yes, I do know!
Did you know?
More than half of emails are opened on a mobile device.
Our mobile responsive templates format your email to best fit your recipient's device. The template you are currently using is not mobile responsive. Would you like to select a new one that looks great on mobile?
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