👉Wondering how to create an email template? 🤔
At SalesBlink, we ensure that nothing looks challenging to you, and you can easily glide through all the steps. After all, when you choose to automate your sales process, you should enjoy the benefits too, right?
💡To help simplify your job as much as possible, SalesBlink lets you create email templates. Here is how you can add a new email template:
1️⃣ Go to the dashboard.
2️⃣ Go to Outreach > Templates.
3️⃣ Click on 'Create New' and select 'Create Email Template' from the drop-down. The email editor will appear where you can write your email.
4️⃣ You can add macros to your subject line and body by selecting the list you previously created.
5️⃣ Save your template after you are done and don't forget to name it.
As you can see, you have a spam checker to provide you the overall score.
AI (Artificial Intelligence) Email Template Generator
For your convenience, we have an AI writer that curates a compelling email for you instantly that helps save time.
On the top-right of the editor, click on the three dots to see the rest of the menu.
The inputs required are the job position and a brief description of your email.
The AI will give you two outputs that you can insert in your email editor and make the desired changes. And you are done!
Now let’s see how you can add personalized images and text in your email template with Macros.
Macros work in both the subject line as well as the email body.
Important Note: For any personalization macros to work in outreach, you must upload that data for your prospect.
You can convert your mapped properties from a list as Macros.
You can also use Macros With Fallbacks
Lets take Company Name for example, maybe not all contacts in your list have a Company Name.
In such cases, you can use macros with fallbacks in the following format:
Fallbacks are taken into consideration when there is no data available for the field.
Important Note ❗️For any personalization macros to work in outreach, you need to upload that data for your prospect while creating a campaign, or from CRM.
A macro is a text placeholder that gets replaced by the prospect's data at the time of sending emails.
Yes, you are free to add any text macro in your subject line.
Here are some examples:
Field Name - Macro
First Name -null
Fav Pizza Type -null
Do make sure the data for that field for that particular prospect is available. You can quickly check the data for individual prospects in our CRM.
Make sure the format is of typenulland notnullornullalong with other wrong formats.
🔆Just be a little careful and make the most of this personalization feature.
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Last updated on March 9, 2023