Disclaimer: This is article is applicable for the new editor that was released in August 2020.


The editing area is where you design your campaign.

This area is divided into three sections:

  • Header

  • Body

  • Footer

You can drag and drop blocks, structures, modules from the Content settings menu into each of these sections. When you select an element by clicking it, you can see the settings for that element.

If we consider the editor to be a pyramid, if we start from the smallest element, the hierarchy of elements is blocks, containers, structures, and then finally stripes.

1. Block

The primary element of the editor. It is the actual element that you can use to design your email. It can be a box, banner, button, image, video, carousel, accordion, social media banner, and a spacer (or divider).

You can access these blocks from the Content > Blocks menu. You can drag and drop a block in the box on the editor.

On the editor, you can move a block, copy a block, or even delete a block. To view these options, move your cursor over the three dots.

2. Container

A container is a group of one or more blocks. You can add an unlimited number of blocks to a container.

You can delete, copy, or move a container anywhere on the editor. You can also save the container as a module and use it later. To view these options, move your cursor over the three dots.

3. Structure

Structure is the framework or layout that you can choose for header, content, and footer. It is a group of containers. You can add up to eight containers in a row. You can save structures as modules, move them as desired, and even copy them.

4. Stripe

A stripe is a horizontal box that can contain structures, containers, and blocks

Click the + button at the bottom left-hand corner of the stripe to add another stripe.

Each stripe can contain an unlimited number of structures.

You can add content, header, footer, and info stripes and if you want you can change the type of the stripe, you can select that from the Email area drop-down list.

Just like other elements, you can move, copy, delete, and save stripes. You can also save stripes as modules and use them later.

Note: You can use the Info area type of stripe to add text as a stripe.

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