The Workspace area is the main page of your Stripo account. Here you can manage your email messages and templates, configure the workspace to suit your needs, access your account statistics and training materials, as well as contact our support team.
The Workspace area is divided into three main sections:
Sidebar menu — at the left side of the screen:
You can minimize the sidebar menu by clicking on the "Six dots" icon at the top part of the menu;
Content area — in the center of the screen:
Tabs can have folders that contain subfolders.
To go up in the page hierarchy and open a containing folder of a page, use the breadcrumb navigation at the top part of the Content area. Folders located higher in the hierarchy are marked in green, click on the green link to open a containing folder:
Top panel — at the top of the screen:
Contains additional tools for tabs. When switching between tabs, it shows the tools required for the current tab;
The Top panel also contains the Help Center menu and the Notifications Center;
A more detailed description of each tab and menu of the Workspace area is provided below.
This panel has a drop-down list of projects available in your account;
Here you can switch between your projects. The tab "Personal" contains projects created in your own account.;
The tab "Shared" displays projects that other users invited you to. By clicking on the "Plus" icon you can quickly create a new project.
This tab has a dashboard with metrics of your account. It shows you how many exports, timer views, and other services have been used for the current month:
If you use the Stripo plugin, you will also find plugin statistics here.
This tab contains a list of created emails and email folders:
To open an email in the editor, click on it. To see the contents of a folder, click on the folder.
How to create a new email?
When you click on the "New Message" button, a new window will open where you can choose a template for the future email;
To find a template by name or ID in the My Templates tab, use the "search by name" bar on the Top panel;
The tab "Basic" in this window contains Basic templates — simple and universal templates created by our designers. To learn more about the Basic templates, refer to the section Basic of this article;
The tab "Prepared" in this window contains Prepared templates — a large collection of various templates created by our designers.
To learn more about the Prepared templates, refer to the section Prepared of this article.
The Top panel shows additional tools for Prepared templates that allow you to search for a particular template using the search filters;
How to create a folder?
Give the new folder a name and click on the "Checkmark" icon.
Manage email messages and folders:
The View Modes and Sorting:
You can change the way your content is arranged in the Content area.
There are three types of View modes responsible for arrangement of emails and folders:
Grid mode – displays content in the form of tiles with names. An email’s tile also has a screenshot of the email’s preview;
Small Grid mode – the same as the Grid mode but the tiles are smaller;
List mode — content is arranged in the form of a list;
Sorting is used for changing the order of appearance of emails and folders.
You can sort emails and folders based on:
The date they are created
The date they were last modified
The name (alphabetical order).
Also, you can select the ascending or descending order in addition to the options above.
To do that, use the menu at the top right corner of the Content area:
Actions with emails and folders:
To find an email by name or by its ID, use the search bar located on the Top panel:
You can perform various actions with emails and folders, namely:
These actions can be performed by opening the Context menu of an email. To do that, hover the mouse over the email’s title and click on the three dots at the bottom right corner of the email:
Besides, you also can view technical data of an email, such as:
Who created an email and when;
Who was the last to modify an email and when;
Location of an email;
Type of an email: HTML or AMP HTML;
ID of an email.
To see this data, click on the "Letter i" icon at the bottom left corner of the email:
A pop-up menu will display the technical data.
To copy the ID of an email, click on the "Copy" icon to the right of the ID:
If you selected the List mode for displaying emails, the Context menu for actions and the Technical data menu will be on the right side of the email:
Actions with multiple elements:
Some actions can be done with several emails at the same time, namely:
The multiple selection of emails can be done in two ways:
1) The first way is to hover the mouse over an email and check the box at the top left corner of the email. Repeat the same with each of those emails that require an action to be done with:
2) The second way is to click and hold the left mouse button while you drag the cursor to select several emails:
When you’ve selected several emails, you will see buttons with available actions on the Top panel:
Copy or Move emails/folders:
You can copy and move emails using the tools Copy To and Move to. A special menu allows you to select which project and folder to copy/move a selected element to;
This menu has the form of a logical tree projects → folders → subfolders;
Select a desired location and click Copy or Move to copy the selected item there;
The menu also has a "Folder" icon (at the bottom right corner) to quickly create a subfolder in a selected folder.
Drag and drop emails/folders to other folders:
There is a quick way to move an email or a folder to a subfolder on the current page. To do that, grab and drag the letter/letters into one of the folders on the screen:
The Templates tab contains your own templates that can be used for creating new email messages.
How to create a template from scratch:
To create a new template from scratch, click on the button New Template at the Top panel:
How to create a template out of Basic/Prepared templates:
Go to the Basic tab or Prepared tab
Select a template and open it in the editor
Give the opened template a name and exit the editor (Note: if you turned off Autosaving, then don’t forget to click the Save button before exiting the editor)
How to create a folder in the Templates tab:
Creating folders in the Templates tab is done in the same way as in the Email messages tab. For details, go to the section Email messages → How to create a folder of this article.
Manage templates and folders:
Managing templates and folders in the Templates tab is done in the same way as in the Email messages tab. For details, go to the section Email messages → Manage emails messages of this article.
Actions with multiple templates and folders:
Copy or Move templates/folders:
Templates and folders can be copied or moved in the same way as in the Email messages tab. For details, go to the section Email messages → Copy or Move emails of this article.
The Basic tab contains a collection of basic templates that you can open in the editor and save a copy for yourself in the Templates tab.
Basic templates are simple and universal templates created by our designers:
In the "Basic templates" tab, you will find:
An empty template — to create a new template from scratch;
A "My HTML" template that allows you to paste your custom HTML code. If you would like to activate the drag-and-drop functionality in a third-party template, follow this link to read instructions on how to adapt a custom HTML code to the Stripo editor;
A Training template and Master template — examples of design, can be used for training purposes;
5 categories of email templates: Promo, Info, Business, Trigger, and Transactional.
The Prepared tab has a large collection of templates that you can open in the editor and save a copy for yourself in the Templates tab.
Prepared templates are templates divided into various topics and categories, created by our designers.
To find a template for a specific topic or task, use search filters on the top panel:
The filters contain lists of various topics or features, you can select several options at once to limit your search results;
To remove a topic/feature from your search request, at the top of the Content area, hover the mouse over the title of the topic/feature and click on the "Cross" icon.
The Stripo "Brand Guidelines" kit that we generate for you contains all the information about the design of emails for a specified company. You can generate as many kits as you need.
You choose which email template of yours we should use as a base and then we generate the Brand Guidelines kit for you in under 1 minute. To proceed with it please switch to the Brand Guidelines tab:
Within the scope of this particular tab, you should be aware that there exist 2 separate subtabs:
What is the Data Source?
Data Source is a place where you can pull information into emails by connecting these emails to the server.
Connecting emails to servers is time-consuming, but we created Stripo Data Sources for your convenience.
With the Data Sources service, Stripo took over all the processes of setting up the «connection» for each new campaign. In this way, we significantly save you time and create opportunities for fast data transfer to your newsletters.
What is the Data Service?
Data Service is storage, where you will be able to receive responses and feedback from your customers that you will get from the "Form" block.
By using AMP forms, you can collect email addresses, and phone numbers, use checkboxes, and even measure your NPS (net promoter score) in emails - it’s all done directly in your emails. And data (user responses) is stored in the Data Service.
The Settings tab in Stripo is a centralized management area where users can configure various aspects of their accounts and projects. The tab is divided into several sections, each serving a specific purpose:
The profile menu, in general, provides users with the ability to manage and customize their account settings. It covers personal details, security aspects (password management), and the option to close the account if needed. This menu is designed to give users control over their account preferences and security.
For more information about the Profile menu please follow this link.
General information: you can specify the company name, change the tariff plan, and purchase additional services like Extra Users, Extra Timer Views, Extra Email Clients Tests, or Extra Export.
More information about additional services can be found here.
Image Service: you can configure image storage settings, including options for using the default Stripo storage with no capacity or time limits or connecting custom image storage.
For more details, click here.
Projects & Groups:
Projects: Allows users to organize work for different customers by creating projects, each with specific settings, email template options, and collaboration features.
Click here for more details about Projects and how to configure them.
Groups: Aids in categorizing and managing projects, improving management efficiency by applying group parameters to individual projects.
Check this article for more details about Grops and how to configure them.
Users can add and manage colleagues who can access the account, view, and edit. This feature is available with specific subscription plans or as an extra option for other packages.
For more information about how to invite users please follow this link.
Users can manage billing-related activities, including sending bills to the finance department, updating payment methods, upgrading or changing subscription plans, canceling subscriptions, and accessing payment history.
For more information on how billing works, please follow this link.
Stripo Plugin is an embedded version of Stripo.email editor. It has been created to let you add it to an application you have created and provide your customers with a simple for use drag-and-drop email editor.
You can review more detailed information on Stripo's website.
There is API documentation that can help you with the settings.
The Account which navigate at the bottom-left, is a pop-up menu that provides quick access to important settings of the account, as well as some additional features:
The Account tab contains the following buttons and links:
"Show Profile" — Open the Profile settings in the Settings tab;
"Switch to the new Editor" — allows you to choose whether to open emails and templates in the old or new Stripo editor by default (beta access);
The "theme" lets you switch between the Light and Dark modes in the account (coming soon);
"Billing" — opens the section Billing of the Settings tab;
"Plugins" — opens the section Plugins of the Settings tab;
"Release Notes" — a link to the page where you can follow our updates and improvements;
"Sign Out" — use this button to log out of Stripo.
Help Center / Notifications Center:
If you require assistance or have questions about Stripo tools, use the tab Help Center, located in the right part of the Top panel;
This tab contains links to our Help Center — a collection of tutorials and how-to guides;
If you want to improve your skills in using Stripo, here you can also find links to our educational courses;
The Notifications Center shows notifications about important changes in your account as well as the current status and updates of the Stripo service (coming soon).
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