Here is a quick tutorial on how to create and edit an email template for WooCommerce Follow Ups. Newsletter templates use html tables and the oldest CSS lying around so they can be compatible with a maximum amount of email clients.
In order to create or edit a template for Follow Ups, you should start by creating a new template and then copy over the markup of one of the three default ones.
Create a new template
First get the markup: Continue reading “How to create and edit an email template for WooCommerce Follow Ups”
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