This page includes:

  1. Search Your Archived Template Library 
  2. Previewing Your Template in a Browser Window
  3. Editing Your Template
  4. Copying Your Template
  5. Sending a Test Message using Your Template
  6. Previewing Your Template in Mailboxes
  7. Assessing Your Template with Spam Doctor
  8. Restore to Your Templates
  9. Deleting Your Templates
  10. Restoring Multiple Templates

Search Your Archived Template Library

Each page in your archived templates library displays up to 10 archived templates at one time. If you have more than 10 templates, click through the pages using the bottom page navigation or search for templates by entering the name in the search field at the top and clicking Search Template.

Previewing Your Template in a Browser Window

Bring up a preview of your template in a new browser window by clicking one of three areas in the template row: The template thumbnail image, the assigned template name, or the Preview (Magnifying Glass) icon in the template row.

Editing Your Template

Edit your template in DirectIQ's Friendly Editor by clicking on the Edit (Pencil) icon in the template row.

See also Using Friendly Editor With Your Template.

Copying Your Template

It's often helpful to create a copy of your template to test minor variations or to experiment without affecting the original. To create a copy, click on the Copy (Document with Plus) icon in the template row.

Sending a Test Message using Your Template

Test your template by sending it to individual email addresses instead of your lists by clicking the Test (Speedy Envelope) icon in the template row.

See also Sending Templates to Test Contacts.

Previewing Your Template in Mailboxes

View a simulated version of your template as it will appear in the web's most popular inboxes by clicking the Mailbox Preview (Document with Question Mark) icon in the template row.

See also Testing Inbox Compatibility with Mailbox Preview.

Assessing Your Template with Spam Doctor

To check your template code against popular spam filters, click the Spam Doctor icon in the template row.

See also Verifying Template Code with Spam Doctor.

Restore to Your Templates

To restore the template for active use, move it to your My Templates library by clicking the Move to My Templates (Storage Box) icon in the template row.

Deleting Your Templates

To permanently delete a template, click the Delete (Trash Can) icon in the template row.

WARNING: Deleting a template will permanently erase it from your DirectIQ account, along with any changes you made to the template. You will NOT be prompted to confirm that you want to delete the template. Archiving your template is recommended instead of deleting.

Restoring Multiple Templates

Select one or more templates to restore to your My Templates library for active use by using the check box in the first column of the template row, and clicking the Restore button at the bottom.

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