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Getting up and running with tinyEmail πŸ”Œ
Getting up and running with tinyEmail πŸ”Œ

A quick guide on how to connect your business and brand to tinyEmail.

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Written by Amanda Payne
Updated over a week ago

You have signed up for tinyEmail and are ready to give a better way of messaging your audience a shot. Now we are getting warmed up! Let's cover the basics of getting your business, brand, data and tools connected to tinyEmail so you can start sending messages to your audience.

This article serves as an index to the main steps of getting your business integrated with tinyEmail. We start with your Brand Kit, then set up your Sender Identities, and then connect the platforms you already use to bring in your data for you.

1. Set up your Brand Kit

Your Brand Kit is the home for your brand within tinyEmail β€” we sync your brand identity; colours, fonts, logo, and site links. We then use these assets to create customized templates tailored to your brand automatically.

2. Integrate your audience sources

Jolly good! Now it's time to set up your audience sources so you can message your customers, subscribers, leads and community. tinyEmail works seamlessly with tools and services you already use to run your business. Connecting your audience source usually takes less than a minute.

Need to migrate data from another messaging platform? We have built native integrations with common providers, so you do not have to manually export your data.

3. Upload an audience file

There are times when you may want to upload data manually into tinyEmail. Well, we have a tool like none other to make what is usually a laborious and error-prone process a complete breeze. And we don't stop at just an uploading tool.

Our AI-assisted data importing solution make field matching, error-detection, de-duplication of data wholly automated so you can get to creating and sending messages instead of being stuck in logistics.

4. Set up your Sender Identities

With your brand kit setup, audience imported or integrated, next, you need to set up your sender identity. A sender identity is what your audience sees as who your messages are coming from. Identities can be generic like [email protected] and [email protected] or more personal like [email protected].

Note that you can have only one sender identity on a free tinyEmail account.

5. Set up your 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 fourteen days. To ensure your campaigns run uninterrupted, to upgrade to a paid plan, or to ensure we keep spam at bay, it may be necessary to fill in your billing and payment details.

Marketers and business owners like yourself built tinyEmail to be more than yet another messaging tool. We created features and tiny easter eggs πŸ₯š everywhere that make marketing and growing your business through tinyEmail a pleasure.

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