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


The Content tab gives you the main elements to build content: Structures, Blocks, Modules, and the settings for each of these elements.


Structures are the layouts you can use to design a stripe: header, content, or footer.

To view the available structures, expand the Content > Structures section. You can drag and drop a structure in a stripe.

To view the settings for structures, click any structure on the editor and you can see the setting under Content > Structures.

From the Appearance tab, you can pick a background color, add a background image for the entire structure from a list of high-definition stock images, absolutely for free.

If you have images on your local machine you can also upload the images.

If you have images on a website, you can even add those images by providing the complete image link as follows.

Hide Element on Desktop or Mobile Devices

If you want to hide a specific structure on desktop or mobile devices, you can do that by selecting the desired option from Hide element: Desktop or Mobile.

After you enable the option, you can see the corresponding icon which indicates that the element will be hidden in email for the selected device types.

If you want to unhide the element, select No for the Hide element setting.


Blocks are the actual elements of your email. These can be boxes, banners, buttons, images, videos, carousels, accordions, social media banners, and spacers (or dividers).

To view the available blocks, expand the Content > Blocks section. You can drag and drop a block in a structure.

To view the settings for a specific block, click the block on the editor and you can see the settings under Content > Blocks.

You can add a link for the video and also add a title for the video.

Just like with structures, you can hide blocks on desktops or mobile devices.

You can also add macros in your email. To add a macro, you need to add a Text block and then use the Merge tags option to insert a macro.

Important: The list of macros in the editor may not match with the list of macros that you find on other pages in the product.


Elements such as headers, footers, and contact information stripes, usually remain the same across campaigns. You can design these elements once and save them as modules for further use.
Important: You cannot save containers as modules.

The modules section is your library of customized and saved elements that you can reuse across campaigns.

You can view all the saved modules under Content > Modules.

To save an element as a module, click the Save as a module button.

The module pane appears on the.

Enter the name and description of the module. You can also enter a tag or select a category to which the module belongs to. Finally, click Save.

If you want to reuse the module, you can search for the module by its name, tag, or category.

Important: The module categories predefined by Zenoti - you can choose to use one of these categories. However, you cannot create a new category.

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