This is ridiculous - CC: we get it, you guys feel that mobile users wont benefit from anchor links. But can we be any more clear that 1) we want to stay with Constant Contact but 2) you're not giving us one of the basic tools we need!! and 3) other companies (specifically Mail Chimp) ARE! I wonder how terrible difficult it would be to reintegrate the Anchor Links - they used to exist, so optimize them for the newest editor and make a segment of your clientele HAPPY! TO BE CLEAR: the majority of my end users check their email at work - they use the Anchor Links on their computers. And for those who don't - oh well! They have to scroll. But my click rate would go up substantially if they could simply chose the table of content items that apply to them. For the record, Mail Chimp makes it **bleep** easy to switch over to them. I know, because I'm in the process now. There's literally a section on How to Move to MC from Constant Contact. I'd rather stay with CC and not learn a new UI, but hell, if it get's me the full range of optimization for my campaign I can figure it out!
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There have been many, MANY comments and questions regarding the return of Anchor Links. Using the 3rd gen editor we have no way of creating anchor links adn I for one am hugely disappointed!! This is something I used in EVERY email newsletter in the past and suddenly CC has decided for me that I no longer need them. I have a lower click rate due to this change, many readers scan the top section and only click on what pertains to them or they find important - and without the anchor links directing them down the newsletter to that specific section, they don't generally bother to scroll, scroll down to find it. PLEASE, PLEASE bring back a simple Anchor Link we can use in a table of contents at the top of an email/newsletter. I hope for a quick response - you guys have had months and months to design the needed option. thanks Kim
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