Embedding a link, such as a Sign-up form or link to any other website, to your emails is a great way to encourage existing customers to invite their friends to sign up or direct them to a specific website.
First, you need to create the Sign-up form or copy the URL you wish to embed.
Next, head to ‘Communications’ and either create a new email or duplicate a previous one.
Once you have edited the main content of your email you can highlight a specific section of text or word and press the link button as shown below.
The next step is to add the URL you wish the customer to be directed to into the box that appears.
Once added the text that you have highlighted will have the URL embedded behind it and appear as a link in your email.
If you would like the link to open in a new tab go to 'Target' and choose 'New Tab'.
How to remove an underlined heading in a test email:
If your text is underlined when you send a test email you need to follow these steps:
- Click on the box and select the text
- Get rid of the URL
- Highlight the text before click on the link option in the settings bar
- Choose the ‘Advanced’ field and click on ‘Style’ and enter the following text: text-align: center;text-decoration:none; color:#ffffff;
This is how it should look:
What to do if you have two links underlined in one heading for example, as it is in the picture bellow:
When you highlight the part of the text, you will see an ‘underline’ appearing for what is included in the link.
It is not always obvious but some of those headings aren't complete links, and if you go to the one for example you will notice that these are two separate lines and each of them is its own link.
So, you must select the first line, make the change we did before and then do the same for the second line because if you select them both together it doesn't work.