Connect your Iterable account to Dyspatch and begin exporting templates in a couple of clicks.
You will need to create an Iterable API key with type Standards enabled. Once you have your Iterable API key, you are ready to set up your Iterable integration in Dyspatch.
In the Administration portal, open your username drop-down menu, and select Integrations.
Enter your Iterable API key, select an export method for localized templates, and add a short description that your team will see when exporting.
Use Dyspatch to localize your template and you can create emails that support multiple languages or locations. With your new Iterable integration, you can choose to export localized templates with the Iterable property
For the integration to work successfully, you’ll have to add Locales to your Iterable project. As long as the Locale exists in Iterable, our integration will be able to map the translations together. For example, creating an
fr-CA locale in Iterable will allow you to map the
French - Canada locale from Dyspatch. If the locale does not exist in Iterable, you’ll see the following error:
Once your new integration has been set up, you will be able to export your templates to Iterable directly from Dyspatch.
Read more about working with Iterable in Dyspatch on our Iterable Integration page.