Hoping you revert to some of the previous editing tools/blocks!

My experience with the new editing/building tools for the newsletters is that it is not as user-friendly and does not allow me to make a newsletter the way I like and did before.  What I hope you'll do is:

  • ALLOW ACCOUNTS/USERS TO DISABLE THE AUTOMATIC MOBILE VIEW. The thing is, I don't like the way the mobile version puts everything into one column. The layout looks bad. Please allow me to disable it so folks can see the newsletter the way I build it, whether they view from a desktop or phone.
  • I don't like how adding images can only be done so in stacked blocks. We used to be able to insert an image into the layout and have copy around it.
  • When I make the newsletter issue, I now have to go into preview and then click mobile view to see how it'll actually turn out. In most cases, I have to correct fonts and spacing. 

Please consider these very key changes. I've been a longtime customer for many years and absolutely hate the new way Constant Contact works from my end.


Thank you. 


Hi @SaddleUp


Thanks for sharing your feedback with us. Having the ability to turn off the stacking of columns on a mobile device is a feature we are in the process of collecting requests on. In fact we recommend commenting directly on its thread. The more requests a thread like this receives, the higher of a priority it can be given by our Product Team. As for your images, what are the steps you're taking to insert blocks? Does inserting your images and selecting for text to wrap help fit your needs?

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Thank you for taking the time to post in the Community. We haven't heard back from you so we are going to close this idea. This doesn't mean that we aren't listening to your feedback! Please feel free to comment or vote on any of the other open ideas to let us know what you would like to see.

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