Use Lightning Web Components (LWC) in Email Templates

#1MinuteTip Do you know that you can use Lightning Web Components (LWC) in email templates?

Lightning email templates in Salesforce includes an “Email Content Builder” that allows you to create rich, professional-looking emails. This builder provides drag-and-drop interface that uses a standard set of Lightning components, like text and image blocks.

But do you know that you can extend it further by building your own custom Lightning Web Components? Using LWC in content builder you can leverage the power and flexibility of the web component framework to create custom, data-driven email designs and create dynamic content using iterations and conditional rendering.

LWC in Email Template
Image Source: Salesforce developers’ blog post (link below)

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#SalesforceSpring23 – Hourly Send Limits for Single Emails

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSpring23 Reps sending emails through the email composer can send up to 250 emails per hour. The org daily limit for single emails remains the same.

Product Area: Sales – Productivity Features

Send Limit for Single Emails in Salesforce

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#SalesforceSpring22 – Analyze List Email Performance with Custom Reports

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSpring22 Your sales managers want to keep tabs on how effective a list email strategy is and which reps send the most impactful emails. To help them find this information and more, use the new list emails custom report.

Salesforce List Email Report

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#SalesforceWinter22 – Send List Email through Gmail, Office 365, or Microsoft Exchange (Pilot)

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceWinter22 Let your sales reps choose how to send their list emails. Now, reps can send list emails through Gmail, Office 365, or Microsoft Exchange. Previously, reps could send list emails via Salesforce only. Note that this feature is in pilot currently.

Send List Email through Gmail, Office 365, or Microsoft Exchange

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