I publish blog posts that rely heavily on media. I can use embedded frames in the posts so readers can instantly access the media. It works beautifully. If I publish the post via email, which I want to do to ensure that all of my subscribers see the new posts, then the embedded media doesn’t work. I can use an email Card to create email-only content (e.g. using
Searching online, I came across a suggestion to do the following:
- Create the online post
- Publish it online but do not send email
- Clone the online post
- Edit as required
- Publish the new post as a newsletter (i.e. via email but not online)
I did that for one of my posts and it worked – but it’s a ridiculously insane amount of extra work with way too much repetition.
What I need is a Card that lets me provide mutually-exclusive content for online and email versions. Then I can publish once, ensuring that all of my subscribers are notified immediately, and give everyone the best experience – wherever they read the post.
If there is truly no way to do this I’d be up for developing the feature myself and submitting it – but I fear it might get rejected, possibly after a long development process.