Pipefy's email template editor enables you to use markdown and some html code options to edit the content in your email templates.

If you want to take it a step further to make your email templates look even greater, here are a few customization options that may help you with that:

1. Adding images:

To add an image to an email template, it must be hosted in an image hosting service (you'll use the image's URL to add to the code).

Attention! The image URL must always end in .jpg, .png, .gif. If you're using a hosting service and the URL doesn't have the proper extension, try clicking with the right button and opening the image in a new tab.

The maximum image width within email templates is 536px. If you add any image that's wider than that, it will be resized to fit the width limits.

You can add a centralized image by simply combining style and image tags:

Here's how it looks like in the email template:

You can use images with a hyperlink to create buttons:

You can even add animated images (GIFs) to make the content more interesting:

2. Text formatting:

There are plenty text formatting options to help make your email template's content more attractive.

You can use <h1>, <h2>, <h3> and so on to help you break down the content of your email into sections using headers and sub-headers:

You can use <p> and <br> tags to separate the text in paragraphs or add a blank space between paragraphs.

You can use the text alignment options to align the text to the right/left, centralize or justify it:

You can also use Bold, Italic, Underlined, Crossed out and Marked.

You can use style tags to edit both text and background colors:

You can also create lists (both ordered and unordered):

You can also use tables:

Ps. Some of the formatting can't be displayed in the 'preview' window of the email template editor so it's best to send yourself a test email to make sure the formatting works according to your needs.

Any other html codes not mentioned in this article may not be fully supported by the email templates feature.

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