What are Projects?

Projects allow you to organize your work across different customers. They are kinda like folders but in a wider sense. In addition to regular email templates storage, you have an option to invite different participants to your particular projects for further collaboration, customize project settings to reduce time to create email templates. 

For example, if you're Agency and have a lot of customers, it’s more convenient to create separate projects for each customer as probably they have completely different brand styles and requirements for email templates. 

In the project's settings, you can customize the merge tags, special links, custom fonts for all email templates according to the needs of your customer. You are also able to invite your customer only to the project associated with him in a way, so he won’t see any other projects with their content.

How to use and configure projects?

To switch between projects or configure them, go to the corresponding Projects menu in your account.

In this menu, you can see a list of existing projects, their names, creators names and email addresses, and the number of current emails and templates in the projects separately.

General information and logo

In the settings mode, you can set new project logo and name (mandatory field) as well as specify the industry.

Social media

In the settings menu below you can see the socials block to set social networks. It helps you to set the list of social media for social networks block to provide display of the desired networks list when the block is used in editor mode.

Merge tags

In this block, you can enable or disable the displaying and access to Stripo embedded merge tags list.

You can also add your own merge tags at the bottom of this block by giving them names and adding to the corresponding sections.

After doing that, you can choose and add installed tags to emails and templates in editor mode.

Special links

In this block, you can enable or disable the displaying and access to Stripo embedded special links.

You can also add your own special links at the bottom of this block by giving them names and adding to the corresponding sections.

After doing that, you can choose and add installed special links to emails and templates in editor mode.

Fonts

In this block, you can enable or disable the displaying and access to Stripo embedded fonts list.

You can also add your own custom fonts at the bottom of this block. Please watch this video manual on how to do this step by step. 

After doing that, you can choose and add fonts to emails and templates in editor mode.

Custom domain for emails

This setting is available for AGENCY tariff plan users and may be helpful for the companies that send email preview links to their clients for approval and do not want URL link to contain stripo.email domain name.

If you want your project email preview links to start with your domain address instead of stripo.email, just create the desired subdomain, specify it below and do the basic configuration on your server.

Localization and Standards

Localization and standards allow you to select localized templates as well as simplify the creation of content structure elements (f.ex., product cards etc.) by two basic parameters – language and currency.

Access to the REST API

Stripo.email provides access to the RESTful API via the HTTPS protocol using GET or POST methods, it allows you to create project email messages automatically using the external data based on previously crafted templates and modules saved in user’s personal content library.

All details and description of API methods are available here.

In the following menu you can manage your project access key via API, create or remove it.

Adding new project

To create a new project, use the "Add new project" button to enter the settings of a new project.

Project editing

You can switch to the project editing mode in your account Projects menu using the settings button of the corresponding project and get access to all the settings mentioned in the "Adding new project", supra.

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