We know you won’t always have a tab open to the Revue editor page. And we know there’ll be pages you come across when browsing the web that you might want to link to in your newsletter.
So how do you save articles or web pages until you’re ready to use them?
Luckily, there’s a super-easy way to do this!
Step 2: Navigate to a web page and click on the extension in the top-right of your browser (Tip for Chrome: If you can’t see it, clicking the puzzle piece will bring up your unpinned extensions)
Step 3: A box will come up showing an image, headline, and lede text. Edit this if you like (you can also edit it later in Revue), or just click ‘Add link’
Step 4: When you’re ready, open the Revue editor. You’ll now see a little inbox to the right with a number next to it (if you don’t see it right away, refresh the page and it should be there)
Clicking on that number will show you your saved items
Step 5: Drag and drop your article into your newsletter. Edit the headline and lede text (if you like), or change the positioning of those elements in the editor:
Here’s what happens if we swap the image to the left:
That’s it! You’re done.
The browser extension only works with the account you’re currently logged in with. If you have multiple accounts, make sure you’re logged in to the relevant one.
If you’re an Admin in a Publisher organization with multiple newsletters, the link will be saved in the ‘items’ tray of the most recent newsletter you opened — so make sure it’s the correct one!