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What's New in Blocks Edit: More editing options

What's New in Blocks Edit: More editing options

“Based on initial feedback, the first wave of updates built on the essentials and added some important functionality.”

The initial version of Blocks Edit we released was in a private beta. It had a dashboard of email templates and their corresponding emails, the ability to invite other people, and the core editing capability of making changes to text areas in a template.

Based on initial feedback, the first wave of updates built on the essentials and added some important functionality. Here are highlights of what was released in conjunction with the public launch:

Duplicating and reordering regions

Added functionality for highlighted editable areas to copy and rearrange them. More info in dev docs →

Image cropping

When uploading a new image to replace a current one, there is now the option to crop and resize it.

Setting specific text lengths

Character count minimum/maximum can be set for individual text elements. More info in dev docs →

Indication that someone is currently making changes

When someone goes in to makes an update, it now locks others out of that email from possibly overwriting each other's work. If someone is viewing the email and edits are made, they are notified that there are new updates.

Test email sending

Besides being able to share a link to an email being worked on, you can now send it as a test email to someone as well, who woulda thunk it?

Other updates worth mentioning

And we've got more to come as we're working on some great stuff for the next major release!

Try out Blocks Edit and improve how you send out marketing emails. You can sign up for a free trial or request a demo for us to show you how it can fit into your current workflow.

Photo of Ovi Demetrian Jr By Ovi Demetrian Jr
Founder/Interactive Designer, Blocks Edit