How To: Customize A Seasonal Set Template

Quick Steps

  1. Click the hyMail’s Add New Email button and select the following: Pre-defined Templates => Seasonal Sets => seasonal template you want to use. Afterwards, name and create the email campaign.
  2. In the Email Editor, replace the Header Logo by clicking on the Replace button and upload your property logo.
  3. Under HTML Mode edit the body text, and if you are editing an invitation email, change the date and time if you need to.
  4. You also have the option of changing the URL for the Call To Action button, specifically if you want to link to a tour scheduler or EventBrite link.

Tutorial Guide

In this tutorial, we will go over how you can easily customize one of hyMail’s seasonal set email templates.

Step 1:

On your hyMail page, click on the Add New Email button (the orange [ + ] button in your library toolbar) to go to the Email Creation page. On the Email Creation page, click on the section tab labeled Pre-defined Templates.

Under the section labeled “Seasonal Sets,” click on the specific seasonal template that you want to use. For example, if the 4th of July is approaching, you will want to use any of the three 4th of July seasonal templates. Type in the email’s name in the 2. Name Campaign field and click the Create Campaign.

The only thing that is left to do is to make a few quick adjustments to your seasonal set template.

Step 2:

The first adjustment that needs to be made is to replace the header logo. Simply click the Replace button and upload your property logo; make sure that the correct sizes are entered in the Dimension field.

Step 3:

If you are using a seasonal template that is an invitation to a community event, you can change the body text, date and time by editing the text in HTML mode under the Body slice. Refer to our tutorial here for a more in-depth look at how you can edit text under the HTML mode.

Step 4:

Additionally, if you are using an invitation Seasonal Template, you also have the option of changing the URL link in the Call To Action Button section. For example, you can link to an Eventbrite page to see how many residents will be attending the event, or you can leave the Property Email macro be if you want to personally receive the RSVP messages.

After you have customized your seasonal email with the above options, all you have to do next is send it out to your prospects and you are done.