Gmail Promotions Tab: Annotations Preview


This is just for preview purposes. Your friendly from will be derived from your SMTP settings.


Be sure to use an HTTPS (not HTTP) URL. It's not required now, but it may be eventually.


Specify an alternative subject line to personalize it to the offer, or Gmail will use your default subject line.


Highlight any promotional offerings such as "20% off" or "Free Shipping". Keep it short - it will be truncated.


Only use a discount code if you have it featured in the promotional email. It always says "Code" before the text.


Day
Hour
Timezone

Pushes your offer to the top twice: once when it is first sent and again within 3 days of the offer expiring.


Day
Hour
Timezone

Don’t leave an expired date in the annotation, and be sure to specify the time and timezone.


Highlight the visual components of your promotional email: avoid text only, crop well, and keep them fresh.



Copy the following <script> tag and paste it into the <head> section of your email template:

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