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Using 'View in Browser' link for PowerMail

You can now add a "View in browser" link to a PowerMail by choosing it from the Form Links dropdown. There are two additions to the dropdown: "View in browser" and "View in browser (with index)."

Advantages:

  • You can place the link wherever you like

  • You can have multiple "View in browser" links in the message

  • You can change the link text, font, color, etc. to whatever you like

  • You can change the link text to an image if you like

  • You can add click-thru tracking, to see if people find the link useful

  • You can make a PowerMail issue viewable on the web without having to assign it to a Publication and without having to set any "Publish on Web" options.

 

1. Place your cursor in your PowerMail where you want the 'View in Browser' link to go.

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2. In the Form Links dropdown you will find 'View in Browser'. Click this and it will place the link in your text.

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3. View in Browser (with index)...

"View in browser (with index)" is designed to show a series of messages that "belong" to the same Publication. If you choose the "View in browser (with index)" and the mailing is not assigned to a Publication, or there are no other issues published for that Publication, then no index will be shown - it will look the same as "View in browser." In other words, to have an index you still need to assign PowerMail issues to a Publication, and set the "Publish on Web" options on the Publish page.

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