Designing and coding emails often involves manual, arduous editing processes that are not only mundane and tiresome, but can easily lead to mistakes. It doesn’t have to be that way—here are seven ways you can add automation into your email workflow.
In the State of Email Production report, we take a detailed look at how brands (1) Build their teams, (2) Plan their email content, (3) Allocate their time among various production tasks, (4) Use technology in their workflow, (5) Handle quality assurance and approvals, and much more.
Over the years Bert has written software for everything from digital cameras to large cloud server deployments. His passion lies in making software that is reliable and fast—one of the (many!) reasons we’re thrilled to have him join the infrastructure team, alongside Brendan, Ed, Dave, Brian, and Carlos.
We’re thrilled to introduce the newest member of Litmus—Brian! He’ll be joining Brendan, Justin, Ed, and Dave on the back end development team.
With over eight years experience as a web developer and a love for working with small teams, Kevin is the perfect addition to Litmus! Alongside Eddie, Jordan, Luca, and Drew, he’ll be working on the product team as a senior developer.
Triggered and transactional emails don’t tend to get as much love, despite having a significantly higher rate of return. Part of the reason for this is that these dynamic emails are generally created by developers, who only seldom create such emails, and don’t know what tools they have available to them, let alone a defined workflow for developing triggered emails. Luckily, the developers at Litmus have been on both sides of the coin — we have developed tools for creating triggered emails, as well as the emails themselves, and we are excited to share our workflow with you!