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!
Thank you for posting this feedback! I've passed your kind words along to Robin and the management team here.
For months I have had to click though your same ad for templates entitled "More than half of emails are opened on a mobile device" in order to copy an email from my preferred template. Your own statistics tell me that by far, most of OUR subscribers open our emails on a computer, so I find this ad irrelevant. It doesn't give me much confidence in your ability to help me market effectively, when you are repeatedly not marketing effectively to me. The ad also slows me down and makes my time on your site less efficient because I have to wait for the ad to load fully before I can click it to make it go away. Thanks.
I've seen your popup message about making my email mobile friendly about 100 times. It pops up each and every time I log in. All you need to do is put a check box that I can click to say, "yes, I get it, don't show me this message anymore". BTW, my emails are already mobile friendly according to your support staff, so the popup is even more annoying.
I just uninstalled it from Google Chrome - hopefully it will go away now!
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