In this blog post, we showed in the details why and how to test your email.


Prior to sending emails over to recipients, you might want to see them the way your subscribers will to be sure everything works exactly as you plan. This is called email testing. 

Stripo allows testing emails with its embedded email testing tool — Stripo is integrated with Email on Acid.

Please be advised: this option by default goes with the “Business” and “Agency” subscriptions. 

In order to run an email test, you need to open your email, click the Test icon in the top menu and choose the Run email test option.

Once you click the button, the test will start and you will see screenshots of how your email renders across multiple email clients and devices.

When you run out of free tests or your subscription plan is Free, you can purchase these “tests” in your account. 

To do so, you need to enter the Organization settings menu.

And in the Additional services, switch the Extra Email Clients Tests option on (toggle the button).


In the same window, you can manually set which email clients you need for email testing. Just “tick” necessary email clients or tick the Select all option.

Or you can customize these number of devices to make screenshots directly in the test window.

In the pop-up test window you can connect an option which includes test results to the email preview link, so it's more convenient to share this link with your clients/colleagues to approval the email.

If you follow this link you will be redirected to a separate tab with web-version (this tab includes desktop and mobile versions)

and tests results tab, where you can check all generated screenshots of your email on various devices and email clients.

Besides, you can download Images of current test to archive and share it with your colleagues.

If tests were not displayed for some reason, try to clean your browser cache. To do this, press Ctrl + F5 for Win OS or cmd + R/shift + update for Mac OS. Then, go to Previous tests submenu to view test results.

Here you can switch between previous test versions and compare them.

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