Turn off web archive, customize weblink
From my research, none of the top 12+ email companies have these features, and they really, REALLY should...
Paid newsletters and course creators are large markets who distribute regular emails to growing audiences, and they typically want to reserve their exclusive content for the people who paid for it, so these are two essential features for them.
It's obvious why we wouldn't want a public web archive of our exclusive content, but being able to customize the "view in browser" weblink is equally valuable, as then we can point our subscribers and students to a web version on our paywalled website or learning platform.
The thing is, platforms like Substack and Teachable take a significant percentage of newsletter/course revenue, and as no-code options expand, writers and course creators (like me and my clients) are assembling their own tech stacks to fix those overhead costs.
And yet, from what I've seen through 10+ hours of reading feature lists, knowledge bases, and sending emails, neither Mailjet or its direct competitors have this feature, either.
I found it only at Justin D.'s clever niche service Buttondown.email, so I signed up there, and I'll be pointing everyone else there.
But many writers will want a wider featureset, like at Mailjet, Campaign Monitor, Convertkit, etc.
You could be the first of your competitors to add two small features that support 2 large markets. I'm just sayin' :-)