Preview emails on different devices, clients and browsers
When you send an email marketing campaign, your subscribers can open the emails you've sent on a variety of devices and email clients. Just because we send a test to an address of yours doesn't mean that the display will be equally suitable for all users.
Depending on the device ( desktop, tablet, mobile) and the peculiarity of each of them (screen size, resolution, etc.), the display may be different. It is very important to have carried out a responsive design to ensure the correct display on all types of screens. All of our customizable templates guarantee this type of design.
Exactly the same thing happens with different email clients. Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook... There's a lot of variety, and everyone interprets email code differently. Because of this, it may be that an email that looks good in one will run into a problem in another.
To avoid this type of problem, there is a feature in our email editor with which you can carry out a test of your campaigns on more than 80 different devices and clients so that, in a visual and simple way you can check that all your subscribers see your template as you have designed it.
How can you preview emails on different devices and email clients with the Acumbamail editor?
In the last step of creating your campaign, you can launch a test that will automatically be sent and opened on different devices and clients.
A screenshot will be taken on each of them. This way, you will be able to check for possible glitches or incorrect displays. In step 5 (Submit), hit the " Test on 80 browsers/devices" button:
You will be able to see in detail each of them:
In this way, you can check that all your subscribers will be able to see your emails correctly, or solve any possible error before sending the campaigns.
This preview includes a wide variety of mail clients among which we can highlight: Gmail, AOL, Yahoo, Outlook, Apple Mail, Mail.ru or Orange.
Likewise, each client is tested on many devices such as iPhone, Nexus or Google Pixel. Also, in different browsers such as Chrome, Firefox or Safari.