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Get Started with tinyEmail
Get Started with tinyEmail

Learn how to connect your business and brand to tinyEmail

Amanda Payne avatar
Written by Amanda Payne
Updated over a week ago

If you're new to tinyEmail and don't know what to do or where to begin, this article is for you.

I'll show you how to set up the basics in five steps. After that, you'll be able to create and launch your first campaign with a few clicks.

Five steps

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Setting up your Brand Kit

Open the Brand Kit page (account icon > My Account > Brand kit tab) to customize key settings like colours, fonts, a logo, and site links. We use these assets to create customized templates tailored to your brand.

tinyEmail brand kit

Integrating audience sources

This might be an optional step. It depends on your circumstances.

If you built an audience on another platform, you can quickly bring that list (e.g. customers, subscribers, leads and community) over to your tinyEmail audience. We have native integrations with common providers, so you do not have to manually export your data.

Skip this step and the next one if you don't have an audience and you're starting from scratch.

tinyEmail native integrations

Uploading an audience file

There are times when you might want to upload data manually into tinyEmail (instead of using the bulk import function). Our AI-assisted data importing tool automates field matching, error detection, and de-duplication of data.

bulk upload an audience to tinyEmail

Setting up your sender identities

A sender identity tells your audience who sent the message. Identities can be generic, like [email protected]. They can be personal, like [email protected].

If you're on a tinyEmail free plan, you can have only one sender identity.

tinyEmail create sender identities

Setting up billing information

No one likes nasty surprises. We will never bill you without letting you know about it several times. You can use a tinyEmail account on a free plan for life. You can also try a paid plan for seven days. To ensure your campaigns run uninterrupted (if you upgrade to a paid plan) and keep out spammers, you need to fill in billing and payment details.

tinyEmail billing payment information

Marketers and business owners like yourself built tinyEmail to be something more than another messaging tool. We created features that make growing a business a pleasure.

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