We are working hard to deliver the best responsive email editor tool on the planet and make it ready for custom integration with any system. But don’t worry, we know that the integration can be a tiresome work – since you have to study the documentation carefully and experiment with different functions continuously. It’s a process of trial and error.

Drag and Drop Responsive Email Editor API Dashboard

That’s why we started working on a fancy API Dashboard, which will make the integration easier for you! In v1.0 you can access the following functions:

  • Manage additional API_clients under your account
  • Manage users and user groups
  • Configure image gallery routes
  • Regenerate magic word
  • Configure your skin
  • Manage custom strings
  • Upload templates for desired users/user groups

There will be more and more settings available for you through the API Dashboard! In the next release we are planning to implement basic user statistics, to be able to show you the activity of your users.

If you need a superb email editor for your system, we are here to serve your needs any time. Feel free to reach out to us!

Author
Roland Pokornyik

Roland Pokornyik

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

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