Creating and Exporting Templates to GetResponse

Use our integration with GetResponse to deliver engaging email experiences to your customers.

Build and Approve in Dyspatch

In Dyspatch, use the drag and drop visual editor to create a beautiful, responsive, and engaging email template. Collaborate with your team to approve the template and publish it.

Templating Logic Compatibility

Templates created in Dyspatch are built using Dyspatch Markup Language (DML). We have built DML to be able to accommodate the features and demands of many different templating languages, meaning that you can build your templates once in Dyspatch and export them to many different ESPs without needing to re-code. However, this means that not all ESPs are able to accommodate all of the capabilities of DML.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when building your Dyspatch templates to ensure that they will stay compatible with GetResponse:

  •  • This integration does not support localization. If you would like to create multiple localized versions of your template, you can create and export a new draft for each locale.

  •  • Keep your variables simple — DML arrays and objects are not supported in GetResponse. You should set up your variables in Dyspatch to match the default or custom fields you have set up in GetResponse.

  •  • Conditionals and loops are also not supported. If you would like to create variations of your template, you can duplicate your template and export a different version as a new draft, so that you can have multiple versions available in GetResponse.

  •  • GetResponse does not support sending AMP emails, so stick to creating beautiful templates with HTML.

For a more full picture of how GetResponse handles dynamic data, check out GetResponse's guide to email personalization or ask our support team for help!

Exporting Your Email Template

Once your email has been reviewed and approved by your team, you can now export your template by clicking the Download/Export button, selecting Export, and choosing GetResponse. You will be asked to confirm or rename your newsletter, then click Confirm & Export to send your template to GetResponse.

Exporting to GetResponse

In GetResponse, your template will be located in Email marketing > Drafts. Each export will create a new draft newsletter in GetResponse.

Learn More

Read more about working with GetResponse in Dyspatch on our GetResponse Integration page.

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