Recent email spam filter updates have made including an easy unsubscribe option in your marketing emails critical to ensuring they're delivered. HoneyBook has recently implemented an unsubscribe tool, so you can mark messages as marketing and automatically add in an unsubscribe link.
Add an unsubscribe link to your email
1. First, get started composing your message. You can send an email along with a smart file, reply to or start a new thread from a project's activity feed, send bulk emails, and more!
2. Click the marketing email icon to insert an unsubscribe link.
3. When you're ready, proceed to send your message (or schedule it to send at a later date).
The sent email will be marked as "marketing" in the project's activity feed (visible only to you), and the unsubscribe link will appear in the message in the client's email inbox.
How to tell if a client unsubscribed from your marketing emails
If a client has unsubscribed from your marketing emails, you'll see an indicator in a few places. Any marketing emails you send will not be delivered to their inbox, but the emails will show in the corresponding project's activity feed in HoneyBook.
If you send a marketing email to a client who has previously unsubscribed, the email status will show as Not delivered for them.
When a client receives a marketing email from you, they'll see the unsubscribe option in the message.
If they click Unsubscribe, they'll be directed to a new tab where they can click Unsubscribe again to confirm that they'd like to receive no further marketing emails from your business.
Still have questions? Feel free to send us a message by clicking the Question Mark icon on any HoneyBook page. Our team is always happy to help!