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Email Designer feature in Adobe Campaign Classic V7

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26-07-2021

Description -  We would like to know when will you have Email Designer feature available in Adobe Campaign Classic and whether it’s on your roadmap. I see it’s there for Campaign Standard (https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/campaign-standard/using/designing-content/designing-content-...) but not Classic?


Why is this feature important to you - We would like to utilize the drag and drop feature of email designer to easily design HTML content with intuitive interface and personalization options.

How would you like the feature to work - To design email by using drag and drop feature and use content fragments or templates and also apply personalization logic via interface.

Current Behaviour - With Classic we have to code HTML outside of the tool and then import in Adobe Campaign and then applying personalization logic.

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Any html development tool outside of ACC is better than native acc email designer features, even with DCE (https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/campaign-classic/using/designing-content/editing-html-conten...) is no match for software like dreamweaver.

 

I would actually go on to recommend that email development is handled by an email developer (or creative department). and the html which has already been tested for accessibility, usability, compatibility etc. is then just dropped in an email template.