How to add media and photos to your LetterPOP account
How to change your password in LetterPOP
How to create a newsletter with LetterPOP
How to send a newsletter with LetterPOP
A short video on how to add a custom banner to the top of your newsletter pages.
A short video on how to manage your account settings in LetterPOP
In your newsletter editor, you can click the “print” icon, and then choose PDF.
The other way is to click the “create screenshot” button in your “preview” and you get a page that will make a .jpg of your newsletter. You sometimes have to “right click” and “refresh” this page if it loads too fast and gives you an error message. That screenshot can be “saved” by right clicking” it and “save image as”
Finally, if you publish your newsletter, and then start the process to email it, you get a three part process page. The first is another opportunity to print your screenshot. The second is your mailing list and the third is the mailing button. If you have a screenshot done, then skip the second step and in the far right, choose to send a sample to yourself. It should come through with the whole newsletter (all pages) in a .jpg image that is in full proportion in the body of your email. You can right click that and “save image as” to get the .jpg of your newsletter.
After promising the teacher/classroom tool for many months, we have put it live. Unfortunately, its not free, but for the foreseeable future (probably all year) we’ll offer $39 memberships.
The tool allows teachers to own a personal pro level membership ($95.80 value), and issue student memberships for free to their class. The teacher can easily add, delete and look up students, and even print sheets of ID cards with the student ID and passwords on each card.
Up next: how to win a free Teacher/Classroom membership.
Okay LetterPOP users, this is the biggest news we’ve had in history. We have created a snapshot tool. Here’s how it works. When you “publish” any newsletter, the system snaps a screenshot of the first page of your newsletter. When you send the newsletter, the first page is included in the email. This will help your readers to know what they are looking at. If you think the snapshot should be larger, let us know. We chose a size that seems to fit most browsers and email viewers.