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We’ve built a whole new version of Ampjar that provides a better user interface, is more reliable and improves our already-impressive spam-filter-beating.

While we also wanted to add some sweet features, everything had to pass three tests;

  1. Does this make campaigns better for the recipients? YES
  2. Will this mean campaigns take longer to build? NO
  3. Will this be any harder to manage? NO

So with the new Ampjar, you can build better campaigns in less time and without needing to spend any more brain power on getting it done.

Here’s what passed the test!

1. New edit screen.

new ampjar editor

A single screen side-by-side thing of beauty.

Why we love it:

  • You can preview your campaign without having to leave the edit screen.
  • Moving images around can be done without leaving the page.
  • Everything auto-saves.
  • We even give you a character count on EVERYTHING!

2. New Email Templates

new email template

More email templates with different caption limits.

Why we love it:

  • Choose the template that best gets your message across.
  • However many images you have, and whatever your call to action, your campaigns will look great.
  • We’re going to have a lot of fun creating new fun and seasonal templates.

3. Approved Sending

new ampjar sending approval

Campaigns can be set to auto send or require approval.

Why we love it:

  • You can totally relax about your campaigns.
  • Nothing will go out without your approval.

4. Team Members and multiple accounts

new ampjar team member accounts

Add team members to your account and have no-login access to other accounts.

Why we love it:

  • No need to share your login to invite other people to collaborate on your campaigns.
  • Turn notifications on and off for individual users.
  • You can sit across as many accounts as you like with no need to login/logout.

5. Mailchimp Database Syncing

sync ampjar database with mailchimp

Sync your database live between Mailchimp and Ampjar.

Why we love it:

  • All subscribers are live through a one-click login.
  • We can add whichever other providers you want – just tell us!

6. More control for your subscribers

subscriber management ampjar

Subscriber Profile pages for every one of your subscribers.

Why we love it:

  • You can easily edit subscribers.
  • They have full control to access and edit their own profile.

7. Ampjar has gone mobile!

update ampjar in mobile editor

Manage your campaigns on the go with a great mobile experience.

Why we love it:

  • Easily edit, move or approve campaigns from your mobile device.
  • It’s good and it’ll get even better – let us know what you want!

8. Customize more defaults

customize ampjar settings

Entirely customizable default button text and much more.

Why we love it:

  • We can save time for you by giving you the ability to choose your default button and not have to just use Shop Now.
  • Customizable headers are next and then again tell us what you want to come next after that!

What else?

  • Super security conscious? Turn on 2factor authentication.
  • Sexy new dashboard with profile images!
  • See and test the status of your Instagram and Mailchimp connections.
  • Custom sending domains so you can send from your own domain or ours.

Let us know what else you want to see to help you create better campaigns even easier!

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