Typography settings

Many of you told us that you would like to set different line heights and have different link styles in your templates so we added a Typography settings block to each and every Title and Text element.

In these settings you can set the type, size, color, line-height of Text, H1, H2, H3, plus adjust the Link style and color. With these new settings you can easily add different Text and Title styles to your email templates, and you can even save them for later use with the “Complex element“.

The Hide on Mobile function allows you to hide the content of a Box, individual Columns or whole Multi column block from the mobile view of your email template. So if there’s any kind of content in your email template which seems irrelevant for your mobile readers you can easily hide it from them (for example in many cases people hide some elements of the navigation menu on mobile).

 

How do you like the new features? Is there anything else what you are looking for? Just tell us in the comments section!

Author
Roland Pokornyik

Roland Pokornyik

CEO / Co-founder @ Chamaileon.io & EDMdesigner.com

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