Schedule Mail – Overview

Scheduled mails are mails that are scheduled to go out a specific date and time to one or more lists. The page “Scheduled Mails” provides you with an overview of all your mails that are scheduled to go out to your contacts, note that the mails that are already sent will be shown under “Sent Mails” instead. You can choose to stop a scheduled mail by clicking on the stop button under the toolbar, the mail will be replaced under “Drafts” and you can choose to reschedule it or sent it as a regular mail instead.

Scheduled Mails Sections

All your scheduled mails are chronologically arranged by which they were last saved.

Scheduled Mail

Subject

Subject presents the name of your scheduled mail. If you have not given your scheduled mail a name the system will automatically add the name of the template as the subject and name for your mail.

Send

This field provides you with information of when (time and date) the draft will be send to your contacts.

List

This field provides you with information about which lists that will be receiving your mails.

Toolbar

Toolbar provides shortcuts to several actions that you may use for all your schedules mails.

Toolbar Section

The toolbar section provides you with shortcuts for different actions which we will go through and clarify further below.

Reschedule, stop, preview or duplicate you scheduled mail.

Reschedule, stop, preview or duplicate you scheduled mail.

Preview Mail

View your Scheduled mail by clicking on the shortcut that pictures an eye in the toolbar. This is an option for you who’d like to check and confirm if there are any concerns.

Replan Mail

Want to change date or time? reschedule your mail to go out on a different time and date.

Copy Mail

Creates a new draft based on a sent mail by clicking on the icon that pictures two folders. The system will provide you with a copy of your sent mail in our block editor were you may edit and resend.

Stop Mail

Stop your scheduled mail from going out to your contacts. Your mail will be replaced in the field “Drafts”.