May 16, 2019

New on 250ok Design: Priority Preview Weighting and Pre-Flight Checks

Hello. We have some great news we’re excited to share with you. We’re pulling the curtain back on four, yes FOUR, new features to further supercharge 250ok Design.


Over the next few weeks, we’ll dive deeper into each update, what it does, and how it’ll make your email testing game on point. For now, here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect.

  • Subject Line Previewer
    Now you can preview how emojis, subject line character limits, and preheader and preview text render in a recipient’s inbox. Since it’s the first impression your email makes, you’ll want to nail it, and this is the key to sticking its landing.
  • Device Rendering Weighting
    See your device and client rendering tests in order of greatest importance to you, based on 250ok Analytics data. Now, you’ll see which devices and clients are most used by the recipients of your list, so you’ll know whether or not you really need to spend the time troubleshooting a problematic device.
  • BIMI Wizard
    Harness the magic of BIMI, one additional branding touchpoint, easily and quickly. Thanks to our full suite, you can manage your DMARC policy to get it right (p=quarantine or p=reject) and then simply see how it will appear in the inbox and tinker if necessary, all in one place.
  • Gmail Annotations Previewer
    Use Gmail’s new promotions-tab features to your advantage without needing to learn the required technical coding know-how. Take your marketing emails to the next level with tools and testing to make sure you’re optimizing Annotations in a way that leaves your readers saying


We hope this tasty tidbit of a preview whets your appetite for the full announcements as they come! If you want to learn more about Design, click here or send us a note. We’ll hook you up with these great features and so much more.

Author: Nicky Copland

Nicky is the senior marketing manager at 250ok. Before joining the team, she spent the majority of her time crafting and implementing communications strategies for the association industry. She was never a brain surgeon, but she played one on the internet.

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