For what we are charged monthly, this should be a non issue. Best practices of CC seem outdated and not the
industry standard. I am guessing the person making these decisions is older and the trend has passed them by.
Why does CC care if my emails are sent to a spam folder. I recieve plenty of marketing emails with emojis that don't get sent to my spam folder in both Gmail and private server. Honestly they are the ones I open, because the senders are in touch with my generation.
If they get sent to spam, that's my problem. My subscribers are of the digital generation and use emojis to communicate. My IG and snap chat biz pages use emojis and my followers respond to me using them.
They are heavily used on Twitter & are now being used state wide on billboards to discourage drinking and driving.
Please unblock the use of Emojis in your CC mobile App.
Thanks for funneling the requests to the right location.
Turn that racket down,
and get off my lawn!
Agreed, would really love to see the option in use an emoji in the subject line. Commenting and will be voting as well. Not sure how my customers will react but I'll never know if I can't test it out.
Would like to include images in subject line - as are currently being seen in marketing emails landing in my intray from other businesses.
Travel sites include small airplane with travel offers, Staples includes small office supply symbols (like pencil or scissors) with instore specials, etc.
CC, please take care of this.... ridiculous this has not been addressed yet.
Adding my voice here, this is a moderately sized black mark against CC's service.
There's plenty of data to show that emoji's can have a significant positive imact on opens and click throughs. I'm A/B testing right now and was shocked to find out that CC doesn't support them.
Please add to your dev queue, thanks!
Over a year and now 62 votes. Emojis for 2017 then maybe? Come on Constant Contact!
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