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Multiple Pages in Email Format

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Multiple Pages in Email Format

How do you creat multiple pages for the email format?
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Re: Multiple Pages in Email Format

@JustinT435

 

Thank you for reaching out to the Community! You can add additional sections to your email by using the drag and drop method. You can add as many additional sections as you need. Unfortunately our system doesn't have a "pages" feature for your emails.

 

In the meantime, if you have any further questions please feel free to reach out to us here. We are always happy to assist you in any way we can!


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Re: Multiple Pages in Email Format

I have a question. We have an email that has a feature story in it. however, in the eblast we want to give a summary with a button 'read more' that links to another page in constant contact of the full story. we've created the full story page as another campaign doc. however where do we get the full page url to bring into the 'read more' button? Seem clear?

CTCT Employee

Re: Multiple Pages in Email Format

Hello @PamP84,

 

Yes, you were perfectly clear, thank you!  If you go to your main campaigns page, you can click the 'more' button to the right of any sent campaign.  In that 'more' menu there will be a 'share' option.  That will give you a short-link that you can put anywhere, including another campaign.

 

This only works with sent campaigns though, so if you haven't sent the email that you want to link to, you'll need to send it to a list.  Generally we recommend creating a list of just yourself, so that it's been officially 'sent' but it doesn't end up spamming any of your contacts.  I hope that helps!

 

 


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