Skip to main content
Question
Mike Hendley
Artist and host of the "Drawing Inspiration" podcast
Asked a question 2 years ago

A question about templates. I am interested in having a theme for each newsletter by embedding a different image (drawing) in the header. I think the easiest is to duplicate the template and change the header image. I assumed I could use a single template but I expected the newsletter doesn't save a copy of the template but instead relies on the template file to render the look even after it is sent. So, is there a problem having a different template for each newsletter (monthly)?

💡Make the most of your Community Member profile 

Share more about yourself! Click on your gravatar> profile > edit profile 

  • About You tab:
    • Photo: upload a picture of yourself or your brand
    • About You: let other community members know a little about you as a person, a creator, and anything else you'd like to add
    • Banner: add an image of your creator brand, logo, or an image that inspires your creativity
  • Social Media tab:
    • Let other members know where they can find you and your brand across social media platforms. This is a great additional step to connect with other creators in the industry!

Hey @mike42! If I'm understanding your question correctly, you're asking if making changes to the email template in your account will have an effect on emails that have already been sent using that template. 

Once an email is in subscribers' inboxes, the content (images, copy, etc.) can't be changed. So you're fine to modify your template and it won't affect any previously-sent emails — those changes will only apply to emails going out in the future using that template ☺

Let me know if I may have misunderstood what you meant, though!