Expiring Links allow you to easily change from one URL to another on a specific date and time. This makes it easy to direct your readers to special offer pages with limited time offers, then redirect them somewhere else once that offer has expired.
Drip does not currently support file attachments of any kind. This is less of a lack of features, and more a practice in good email sending. Email clients such as Google and Yahoo generally flag attachments in bulk email sending as a possible security threat. It is more likely that the email will end up […]
You have probably noticed that Drip does not support embedded video in emails. This means that video content cannot be played directly from within the email itself. In fact, this is an uncommon feature that the majority of email service providers do not currently offer to its users.
Although the __s link parameter allows you to track and identify your subscribers, which is helpful in many cases, you may run into situations where you would like to suppress this parameter.
Easily insert a call-to-action (CTA) button into Campaign, Broadcast or One-off emails. Under the hood, this feature takes a standard hyperlink and turns it into a CTA button.
A broadcast copy allows you to create a new broadcast that will inherit its email content, settings, and recipient segments from the original.
Once a Broadcast is scheduled to be sent, you will notice that the settings are no longer manageable. As long as the Broadcast has not been delivered, there is still a way to modify the scheduling and content settings.
Configure a bulk operation to apply a tag to your subscribers that have received a particular broadcast.
It is possible to resend a broadcast to your subscribers who do not open it within a specified amount of days. This option will be automated for you and is configured when you schedule the initial send of that broadcast.
In this article, you will learn the difference between a broadcast and a campaign.