image and file library
Would like to see an image and file library available to the email editor. Quoting one of our end users:
Images, have the images store in the system so I don’t have to go and dig through to reupload them…
They also have a similar concern/request for PDF files. They would like to...
Upload PDF files to email with the emailer.
I don't think they're looking to include PDF attachments, but instead looking to story the PDFs within the Mailjet system for easy reference, rather than uploading the PDFs to an external location and then linking to that external location.
Hardayal Singh commented
Skand Bhandarkar commented
Really need this feature. My client, who is a business development person needs me (the graphic designer) to upload any reusable and general assets beforehand. So this might be a deal breaker for her.
And this feature is available in all the services I have used to far (Brevo, Constant Contact, Mailchimp to name a few)
I'm using MailJet for 2 days and noticed that missing organisation of files. Makes the work uncomfortable.
By the way, I also noticed that once included in the mail, the link isn't displayed in the work interface. No possibility to reuse the link elsewhere in an easy way when the uploaded files will be numerous.
Displaying in another tab a table with the filename, a comment entered by the user and the link (and possibly a thumbnail) could be helpful.
Adam Murray commented
On this feature request, we have recently had an issue where, while cleaning up our process and rebuilding our templates, we deleted all historical templates and with them went every image that was added at the template level, broken image URLs across all previous campaigns, including those sent less than a month ago.
By having an image library to store assets separate from saved sections, templates and campaigns we can know that our campaigns will still look great in the future and like Dave shared above, make using images multiple times a much better user experience (and surely save disk space when users don't upload them multiple times)
Our alternative solution right now is to FTP our images up to a hosted server and then use those URLs in our campaigns, not a great user experience.