How to send a new Email
How to send a one time scheduled new email to groups or individuals
Emily McNay avatar
Written by Emily McNay
Updated over a week ago

Text In Church offers you unlimited email sending!

Pro Tip: Keep your emails short and personal. You will get higher read and response rates to emails if you keep them short, simple, and relevant. 

Pro Tip 2: Schedule these messages out to save you a TON of time!

To send a one-time, scheduled email:

  • Go to Messages, and click Inbox. From there you can click "Create New Message"

  • Choose Email Message in the pop-up box.

  • Choose if you would like to send it as a Personal or Plain Text template and include the title of the email if you would like.

  • Choose who should get the message (you can opt to send it to one person, multiple people, or to a whole group).

  • Once you have your recipients selected, click "Next" in the lower right-hand corner.

  • Add your Subject Line and message body.

Note: You can also add Message Variables, Media, and Links to your message!

  • Once you have created your email, be sure to click "Next" in the lower left-hand corner.

  • In the next section, you will put who you want the message to come from and what email you would like any replies sent to.

Any replies to your email messages will not come into your Text In Church inbox, so be sure to add an email in this section so you can get any replies.

  • Once an email and name have been added, you can then either schedule the message to send in advance, or you can click "Send Now" to begin sending the message immediately.

  • If you click "Schedule" this box will display where you can select a date and time for your message to send:

  • Once a date and time have been selected, you will see a confirmation page pop up. Click "Confirm" to save.

  • If you scheduled the message to send at a later date, you can find that message in your Pending folder in your Messages tab. You can also edit or delete the message if needed.

Text In Church offers automated follow-up steps that include emails. Click here if you want to learn more about Automated Workflows.

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