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Each template has different buttons, so it's difficult to find the one I need. This also requires starting an e-mail over, which is an issue when I simply want the same email I have now, but with slightly less button margins. There's features being added, but there's no quality of life improvements with the 3rd gen editor. The indent function has seen the same struggle as this feature, even though plenty of people want it.
I am not seeing any acknowledgment from any of the Constant Contact employees that a feature suggesiton has been filed, and I can't imagine why not. It seems like it might be fairly frequent usage that you want to offer subscribers 3 things they may be interested in (for instance), and good design practice would have each of the buttons to select the choice be the same size. Setting the size based on the amount of text may be ok for an individual button but not in a case such as I've described here. Also, I have had occasion to use lengthier text on a button, when a complex point is being made and then you want the subscriber to click to indicate their interest, but you maybe don't want the button to be 5 words wide. But without access to html code, there is no way to split that text onto two lines on the button.
Thank you for sharing your feedback on this feature as well! Responding to every post in some feature request threads can cause clutter. Though we may not respond, we are absolutely reading and tracking each post. With that said, we have submitted this feedback to our engineers on your behalf.
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