The easiest way to manage your Amazon SES email templates. Use the live
preview, Markdown support, CSS embed, and Handlebars merging to make
your application’s emails look good and feel good, all without leaving
Read more about how to send great templated emails with Amazon SES.
No command line, no APIs, no back-and-forth testing. Write your emails in Markdown, HTML5, CSS3, and Handlebars. Preview your emails in realtime. Send them through SES with Outlook compatibility.
Realtime previews make developing, updating, and testing your emails a breeze. The full power of AWS SES templates but without the faff of building a template manager yourself.
Coding emails is not a fun job.
Make your life that bit easier by out-sourcing the tedious part.
Marketing don’t like the colors? That’s their problem now. Share the load of managing emails with the people who actually care.
Amazon SES is a great tool for sending and receiving emails. The AWS SES
email templates work well and do the job. They're just hard to use.
Who want's to write code just to manage their email templates?
We've done the hard part, so you can edit and manage SES templates straight from your browser. Write the emails with Markdown, HTML, CSS, and Handlebars, and we'll do the rest.
It's a pain to maintain a text and an HTML version of every email template. With Email Template Manager for Amazon SES, you can write emails in Markdown which then work great in both HTML and Text formats!
There are some things that you just can't do in Markdown, so you can always write a little bit of HTML in with the Markdown for those progressively-enhanced emails.
No more inline styles...
We'll inline the styles in your templates, you can just write Markdown, HTML, and CSS as you would normally, and we'll make it work great on any email client.
It's an email template - of course you're going to need to merge data
In the Email Template Editor, you can enter sample merge data which will be merged live, so you can see what the email will look like without sending hundreds to yourself.
Coding emails sucks, join our community of email developer, designers, and
managers to get help on the annoying edge-cases.
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