From the dashboard, click the download icon () on the right side of the email you want to export. Or, when editing an email, click Export in the upper right.
If you uploaded images from your local computer into your email, you will need to put those images on a server in order for them to load when your email is sent out. These are your options for how to reference your images in your email’s HTML code:
If you have an integration setup, you can transfer your images to your integration source. Just browse your source’s files and choose where you want to save your images.
If you need to upload the images to your server, you can manually enter a base URL where your image files will placed. Make sure you double-check your URL for any typos! You will have the option to download your images at the end of the export.
If you choose to use relative image URLs, you will only be able to view your email’s images when downloading its files to your computer. You will also need to upload your image files to a server and update the URLs in your email’s HTML code before sending it out.
You will see options for your email and, if you upload images for it, the updated images. You can do the following:
If you have an integration setup, you can transfer your email’s HTML to your source.
You can download your email HTML file, and if you uploaded images for it, your updated images as well.
And you can copy the HTML code for your email that you can use to paste in your ESP.
Code is exported cleanly, without editable tags.
In your email service provider, find the import HTML option to import your downloaded email HTML file.