Since Gmail was introduced way back in 2004, many changes have been made to the email provider. One of the first changes was to remove the HTML editor and just keep the WYSIWYG editor. While Gmail doesn’t offer the functionality of an HTML editor, it does still support HTML.
Our Email Template software is extremely easy to use, and gives you all of the following features where you’ll have:
✅ Copy someone’s email template from any email in your inbox
✅ Select any template from our free library of pre-designed templates
✅ Use our intuitive email design creator to create your own email
✅ Use our HTML editor in cases where you know how to code in HTML
✅ Upload your own email templates from Mailchimp
✅ Share your email templates with your team
✅ Access and send your email templates from your mobile phone
Unfortunately, iframes aren’t currently supported by most email providers.
To share a template, open the editor and click on the share icon.
You edit, manage or create your template via the Email Templates by cloudHQ dashboard. To access the dashboard go here: https://www.cloudhq.net/main_gmail_templates
If you are a G Suite admin then you can add and create users to your Gmail Email Templates for team without the need for the end user to create an account. The setup consists of three steps: Ensure that you have necessary privileges and that that G Suite / Google Apps Administrative API Install
If you need to edit the HTML of the template (for example, to modify image, add a table, change fonts, etc.) then you can use HTML editor directly inside Gmail compose window. Here is how to do it: Compose your email and click the “Insert Template” button on your Gmail to select from pre-made or customized […]
Below, you’ll find instructions for how to use cloudHQ’s Chrome extension Gmail Templates to create and save Gmail templates: Open a new message. Click the Insert Template button on your toolbar to select from pre-made or customized templates: Depending on your plan, select the template: With the Free version of the tool, the My Templates […]
Your Gmail templates are stored in your Google Drive folder called Gmail Templates. You can edit these templates directly from your Google Drive – there is no need to open Gmail composer (as described here) Here is how to do it: Go to your Google Drive Click on “My Drive” and open Gmail Templates folder: […]