New: Tagging for Email and Page Tests
In order to simplify and focus our efforts on what we love most and what we do best—email—we’ve decided to remove our Browser/Landing Page Testing feature from Litmus. Page Testing will be retired on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
Today we released tagging capabilities for email and page tests. Tags are an easy way to organize your tests inside your Litmus account and make them easy to search, label, sort and view.
Adding tags to your tests is easy. After clicking inside one of your email or page tests, just click the “Add tags” link on the right side of your screen. Here are a few ideas for how you might want to use tags:
- Mark published tests to easily find them later
- Organize tests by customer, user, brand or type of email
- Tag tests with dates to archive by month or year
- Indicate whether you’ve used the HTML upload feature, or sent a test in through your static address
- Group email or page tests together
You can start using tags right now! Tagging is available on all Litmus accounts. You can also see more information on using tags in our help documentation.
Of course, if you have any questions or feedback, please let us know.
#LitmusChat is tomorrow!
Don’t forget! We’re hosting our first Twitter chat tomorrow, March 30th at 11am EST. Join the Litmus staff to talk about some new features we’re working on. We’d love your feedback and suggestions. Just follow the hashtag #LitmusChat to join the conversation. One lucky participant will win a free Litmus t-shirt!