If you’d like to re-use headings in later newsletters (say you always have a ‘Best news articles of the week’ section, for example), you can save them so that next time you start a draft they will already appear — saving you time.

We won’t copy the text or media beneath these headings, since you’d probably want to change them anyway, but this way you can keep the structure consistent with little effort.

In order to do this via the editor, navigate to the settings icon in the bottom-left of your screen and hit ‘Save sections for next issues’.

And that’s it! If you later decide you want to change the ​saved headings, just make the changes in your most recent draft then click ‘Save sections for next issues’ again.

Saving entire sections for later issues

If you want to save an entire section, including text and images for later, the best way to do that is to create a template in the Editor and keep it as a draft. Give it a helpful name in the subject line (such as 'TEMPLATE') so you’ll know never to send it by accident.

When you want to create a new issue, head to the Issues page in your account. Then, click the drop-down arrow next to "Edit" to the right of the relevant draft, and duplicate it.

Instead of starting from scratch, you will be able to edit the duplicated draft that contains your saved material (don’t forget to change the subject line!).

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