Questions this guide will answer:
What is a Saved Component?
How do Saved Components work?
One of the most time saving sections of the Drag & Drop Editor is the ‘Saved Component’ area.
Creating a saved component
If, for instance, you have a standard header or footer which you frequently use in your emails, you may find creating it each time becomes time consuming. Saved Component makes this process much easier and quicker.
Once you’ve created a panel, row, column or block that you’re happy with, hover over the section with your cursor and you should see a button appear on the top left hand corner.
After clicking on the star a new window will appear, as below, for you to enter the name for the saved component. Click 'Save' in the bottom right hand corner to complete.
Adding a saved component to a message
The next step is to pull in a previously saved component. To begin, click on the star icon in the right-hand menu bar as above.
This will open the ‘Saved Components’ section. Find the relevant component that you’d like to drop in, you will see there are different headings such as panels, rows, columns and blocks. Depending on which one you saved in the editor, you will find it under the appropriate heading by clicking on it.
Left click and hold on the component you wish to use in your message and drag it to a location on your message, for it to be added, you can make changes if needed within the editor without effecting the saved component.
You can rename or delete the saved component by clicking the downwards arrow button on the right hand side as above.