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Line Indent??

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Occasional Advisor

Re: Line Indent??

To everyone on this thread who needs this function, please VOTE on the initial post to get them to add this feature!  (Only 2 people voted but there are 20 replies on this post)

 

Also, there is another workaround you can use until the ability to indent is added:

That is, to create your text that you want to indent in its own text block, then add a spacer image to the left of that text block.

It's certainly not ideal for a few reasons, but the main one being that the spacer image will not allow you to minimize it as much as you would like, so it's a very deep indent, but it does the job in the interim.

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Re: Re: Line Indent??

Hello @Marisa_M,

 

Thank you for sharing that workaround! I'm glad to hear that you've found a solution that works for you however I do want to mention that if you do this, those blocks will stack on a mobile device so your readers will see a large gap in between those bullet points when reading your emails on their phone.

Please let us know if you have any additional questions about that! 

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Occasional Advisor

Re: Re: Line Indent??

OK then. So that is not a good workaround... in that case Constant Contact really needs to prioritize adding a line indent function!

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Re: Line Indent??

When are we going to get this? Sooooo important!

What else can we do to get this function?

Thank you!

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Re: Line Indent??

I use a great workaround.  Just add text before the lines you would like to indent and make the text the background color.  Our emails are in Georgia 14.  I use "<ind>" to give a nice indentation. The "<ind>" is only visible if someone copies/pastes the entire text, but then it looks like they are copying code instead of seeing "......" or "blahblah" or something unseemly.   

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