Add the Embeddable Archive Widget to a Website
Important: This FAQ requires you to use HTML code.
If you're an Email+ customer, once you've selected the emails you want to include in your Embeddable Archive, the next steps are to get the code and add the widget to your website so they can be seen. You only need to do this once.
RECOMMEND: Since this new widget appears to use any recently archived emails - I recommend that an option be added to differentiate between website postable (public) and website not postable (private) archives.
Since this new widget appears to use any recently archived emails - I recommend that an option be added to differentiate between website postable (public) and website not postable (private) archives. This will address issue and allow end-users to selectively group communications and decide what should be included on public websites.
Great feedback, thank you for sharing.
I'm both happy and upset about the changes.
1. I no longer have to manually update my rss feed for it to be archived, that is good.
2. I don't have the option to change the title of my archived feed, that is bad and my client will not be happy with that.
4. I don't have the option to pick and choose which emails get onto the archive feed, in the past I've needed to archive emails that don't go on my feed, they are just for internal use. Now my internal use emailers that are just for the company will be shown to the world, that is BAD.
I like the new automatic post option, but more work needs to be done, there should be an option to change the title of the archived emailers, pick and choose which archived emailers go on my feed, and have an RSS feed that can post to social media.
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