Introducing Instant Testing with Auto-Process. Just Hit Send!
Our goal is to make email testing suck less!
For that reason, we’ve recently streamlined our testing process with a brand new feature: Auto-process. Now all you have to do is send your test email to your account’s unique “auto-process address.” Once we receive it, we process your test automatically and you can find your results on your dashboard. We’ve also done a lot of work restructuring our back end so that archived results pull up INSTANTLY without any pesky loading screens.
Now, nothing stands between you and your test results. Just real screen shots, real fast.
Auto-process offers the most accurate results.
Not only is this an express testing method, but it also returns the most accurate results possible. By sending from your ESP, you’ll be able to preview exactly how the email will look for your customers. Testing with this (super simple) technique will allow you to catch any modifications to your code that your ESP may be making. That’s right, ESPs sometimes modify your code before sending it out. Sneaky, we know.
Curious about the pros and cons of the different kinds of tests? Click here for more information on that.
How to find your auto-process address.
To find your auto-process address, log in to your account and click on “Inbox” in the top navigation bar. You will see a small box that reads, “Update: Now you can send an email to your EOA account and we will auto process it for you! Click here to learn how.” Click on the link and a popup will inform you about your auto-process address.
Fast, Painless Testing.
We hope you all enjoy our most convenient testing method yet, and we hope it saves you lots of time. We know email testing takes boatloads of time, and time is money, so it’s our mission to make testing as fast and painless as possible.
How do you think we’re doing? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. We’re always looking for ways to improve!
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