EoA Is All Dressed Up!
Our New Look
If you’re a member you’ve probably already noticed the new user interface for the member’s area of the site. Our new toolbar should make navigating the site a snap. No matter what part of the site you’re in, you should find it easy to access your settings, account information, developer tools and support resources.
Email Testing has a new homepage with thumbnail images for each item (Mozify, SPAM Testing, email optimization and email preview). The button will take you back to this screen at any time. Use this screen for your base of operations at Email on Acid.
The new Profile page will give you access to all of your profile information. You can also choose an avatar and upload a company logo.
We have a new status page, where you can check in to make sure that all of our servers and services are up and running. Check it out now, at status.emailonacid.com, or click “System Status” at the bottom of the Support drop-down. This page will refresh automatically, and it’s the best place to go for details if our site should happen to go down. With our redundant server configuration and excellent support team, downtime should be very unlikely.
With this release we’re happy to bring you a suite of new Analytics features! To learn more about this, check out the new Analytics marketing page! You can use analytics to track opens, reader engagement, devices used, geographical information, and more.
The Engagement Report tracks your “fall-off time,” or how long readers look at your email.
Track engagement by client to see if your email has as much traction on mobile devices as it does on the big screen.
See what clients are most popular with your readers so that you can test in those clients extensively.
And that’s just the beginning of what you can do with Email on Acid Analytics. Take your email marketing to the next level with Analytics today!
We hope you enjoy the new look and the new features that we’ve added. Please comment and let us know what you think!
Author: Alex Ilhan
Hailing all the way from England, Alex brings his email development expertise along with an endless stream of cups of tea and British cynicism. Follow him on Twitter: @omgitsonlyalex.