This was a long and painful process as a first timer. It was a lot different from creating a campaign email which is quite easy and streamlined. The differences between the registration form information, the landing page information, and the email with the links were not adequately explained until I got to the email, by which time the other parts were live. Font sizes were all too small, and who set grey as the default type colour? Inserting images on the landing page was the worst - you have to guess what size is correct, try, go back, try, go back, try ... well you get the drift I'm sure. Also you have to delete each time too, or you end up with multiple images, all of different sizes. The image placeholder instruction about inserting/replacing images in the block bar was difficult to understand, especially as the placeholder remained after the image was finally, and with great frustration, inserted. Sending a test email at the end - it doesn't seem to link to the contact list at all, so the test email did not have my name on it, just the organisation name. Probably it will be ok when I send the real email as presumably that will go from a contact list, but who knows? Viewing any of the parts in "mobile" view was pointless, as it seemed to show that the various bits did not arrange themselves for a mobile page (had to move it from side to side, so why bother?), whereas when I sent the email, everything is visible on my mobile just fine (thumbs up for that). Also, the test email did not appear to be sent on first time, so I did a double take and sent (again as it turned out). Sorry to be so negative, I should probably have read up on it first, but usually these things are pretty obvious once you get started. Conclusion: pretty clunky, hard to work out what to do at each stage, or what was coming next. Needs a bit of work to get it as good as the main campaign email creation.