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What's new in Moosend: September 2022 updates

We're constantly working to bring you new features and improvements in Moosend. Here are the latest updates. 

Add a Wheel of fortune to your forms

You can now add a Wheel of fortune (WOF) to a form on your landing page or subscription form. By adding a WOF, your audience gets to spin a wheel in a form and win discounts or any offer you've set in exchange for subscribing to your email list. 

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New promotional pop up

In addition to the different subscription forms you can create in Moosend, you can now create another type of form called Promotional pop-up. This type of form is used mainly to promote a special message, like a new product offer, a sale, or an event that you don't want your visitors to miss. To help you get started with the design, you can choose from the available templates.
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Save your custom items for re-use 

The editor now allows you to save custom items in your newsletters and landing pages. Previously, you could only save layouts as reusable containers. Now, you can save any item you've created from scratch or customized, for example, a button or a timer, or any other reusable items.

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Use Code mode in landing page and form designers

The Code mode has been added to the landing page and form designers. Previously, you could only use Code mode in the Campaign Editor for newsletters.  This mode lets you get a read-only view of the HTML code of your landing pages and subscription forms, download the JSON files of your Moosend templates, or upload JSON files of templates from another source.

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Additional editor enhancements

The editor has added more options for designing your newsletters, landing pages, and subscription forms. You can now adjust the width of your newsletter into preset sizes, select a newsletter container's background image position, add shadow to items, set default fonts, and switch the default article image position.

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