Within Email Designer 3 we are now able to support sending with custom fonts. However, there are a few steps that need to be taken to ensure that your newsletter recipients can receive that font.
- Recipients Must-Have Font Downloaded
- To ensure that newsletter recipients are able to view the custom fonts, the user must ensure that they have that font downloaded on their computer and have added the font into their Outlook settings.
- You’ll want to contact your system admin or IT team to assist with this.
For Gmail & OWA Users
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- Recipients Must-Have Licensed Font
- Where applicable to satisfy the above, users must own licensing for the font to use it.
- You will need to provide us with the font files
- In order for us to add your custom font to your account. you will need to send us the font files. The file types we accept are .otf, .ttf, .woff or .woff2
- Your system admin or IT team should be able to assist with this.
If you’re interested in exploring adding a custom font to your account please contact your Account Manager or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once your font has been added to your account, you can then navigate to Settings > Branding to select this font as your account’s default font - as well as set a secondary/back-up font. To learn more about how to set branding defaults click here.
*Must be account Parent Admin or Admin to set these defaults.