TLDR:

You can now save articles from around the web to your Tidings newsletter.
To get started:
       
Step 1:
Create Account Key on Tidings Account Settings
Step 2:
Install Extension from Chrome Webstore
Step 3:
Enter Account Key in Extension Options
Step 4:
Start saving articles to your newsletter!

 

All the Details:

The Tidings Chrome Extension allows customers to quickly and easily build an email newsletter by saving articles from around the web with a single click. Each article you save will be automatically added to your next newsletter, using the same custom-branded mobile-friendly formatting used in all Tidings-powered newsletters.

Just save interesting articles you come across, and the next time you log in to your Tidings account, they’ll be waiting for you. (You’ll have the ability to adjust the title and description prior to sending the actual newsletter to your subscribers.)

Step 1:
Create Account Key on Tidings Account Settings. Look for the section labeled ‘Tidings Account Key,’ as below.


Step 2:
Install Extension from Chrome Webstore.
Once you’ve done so, you’ll be asked to enter the Account Key you created in Step 1.

Step 3:
Enter Account Key in Extension Options.
Simply copy and paste it from your Tidings Settings page.


Step 4:
Click the Tidings extension in Chrome on any page you want to save to your next newsletter.

Ta-da! That article will be waiting for you the next time you log in to your Tidings account!


We hope our Chrome Extension makes it even easier and even faster to create authentic, engaging email newsletters that position you as a thought-leader with your clients!

As always, please let us know if there are additional features you’d like to see us build out–the impetus for this one came from Aaron Weiche of GatherUp!

–David Mihm
Founder, Tidings



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