How to send a test email with real data?

Testing your email campaign before sending it to your entire audience is a crucial step to ensure everything looks and functions as intended. In this guide, we will walk you through the process of sending a test email with real data in Sendx.

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Step 1: Creating Your Campaign

Begin by creating your campaign in Sendx. This involves composing your email content and setting up any personalization or dynamic fields you wish to include.

Step 2: Sending a Test Email

Once you have completed the campaign setup, it's time to send a test email to review how it appears to recipients. Follow these steps:

- Within the campaign creation or editing interface, locate the option to send a test email. 

- Click on the "Send Test".

Step 3: Entering the Test Email Address

A dialogue box will appear, prompting you to enter the email address where you want to send the test email. Enter the desired email address that you wish to use for testing purposes. This can be your own email address or that of a colleague or team member who will help review the email.

Step 4: Sending the Test Email

Once you have entered the test email address, click on the "Send" or "Send Test Email" button to send the test email with real data. The email will be sent to the specified address, allowing you to review it in a real-world context.

Step 5: Reviewing the Test Email

Check the inbox of the test email address you provided. Open the email and carefully review its content, formatting, links, and any personalization or dynamic elements. Pay attention to how it appears on different devices and email clients to ensure a consistent and optimal experience for your recipients.

By following these steps, you can easily send a test email with real data in Sendx. Sending a test email allows you to preview and evaluate your campaign before sending it to your entire audience, helping you catch any issues or make necessary improvements. Remember to review the test email thoroughly to ensure it meets your expectations.

We hope this guide has been helpful to you. If you have any additional questions, please let us know.