A Template is like your mailing's stationery or letterhead. It ensures your mailings are sent with a consistent, properly-branded look that renders well on different email programs and devices. Additionally, because a Template is reusable, each Template will greatly improve your efficiency when creating new mailings.
While there are lots of things that a non-designer can accomplish when working with a Template in the Informz editor, having a designer create your Templates is recommended. Be sure that your designer understands that the HTML used for an email template can behave differently than the HTML used for a website. Create a case if you have any questions about the HTML in your Template.
Template Designer versions
There are two versions of Template Designer:
- Template Designer 1 (TD1)
- Template Designer 2 (TD2)
Template Designer 2 is newer and more streamlined, and is the default designer that is part of all new Higher Logic Informz accounts.
Refer to the section below appropriate for the designer your organization uses. Included are links to additional articles to learn more.
Learn about TD1
- Refer to the Template Designer 1 section of our knowledge base to learn more about creating and managing templates with TD1.
Learn about TD2
- Refer to the Template Designer 2 section of our knowledge base to learn more about creating and managing templates with TD2.