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  • Who does the Card Come From?

    ​Greenvelope sends your card from your host information. You are able to customize the name that the email comes from, and if you would like, your photograph. How to Edit Your Host Information Step 1: Click the “Details” step. Step 2: Click the “information" section. Ste...

  • Edit the Sender Name

    Greenvelope sends your card from the name that you enter in the "information" section. ​ How to Edit Your Sender Name Step 1: Click the “Details” step. Step 2: Click the “Information" section. Step 3: In the "Sender Name" space, type your sender name that you want to appe...

  • Edit the Email Subject

    How to Edit the Email Subject Step 1: Click the “Preview” step. Step 2: Click the “Preview Email” tab. Step 3: Update the text in the subject line field. *NOTE* The subject line is different than the mailing name that appears at the top of the screen. Click here for directions on updating your m...

  • Add a Message to the Email

    How to Add a Message to the Email Step 1: Click the “Preview” step. Step 2: Click the “Preview Email” tab. Step 3: Click the "Add a Custom Message" link.

  • Remove the Default Email Heading

    How to Remove the Default Email Heading Step 1: Click the “Preview” step. Step 2: Click the “Preview Email” tab. Step 3: Uncheck the box that says "Display the Default Heading."

  • Set Up Multiple Senders (Business Accounts)

    Greenvelope allows you to assign each contact on your mailing a different sender. This will allow you to control which sender emails are from on a per contact level. Use Case Example: Filson Law Group is planning on sending a holiday card out to their entire customer list. Each customer works with...

  • Insert Personalization

    There are several places throughout Greenvelope where you can personalize bulk communications with contact information such as Name, Company, a Personalized Card URL, and even Custom Fields you create. The options are endless, but we have provided a few examples below to give you the idea. ​H...