How to Use Template-specific Jinja Variables with Snippets

Recently, we received a question from a customer that prompted us to scratch our heads for a few seconds: “How can I use template-specific variables that aren’t passed into the data field of the API to send mail?” We did some research and devised a pretty simple and interesting solution.

New Email Survey Templates

Today we’re releasing 8 responsive email templates to help you survey your customers and gather feedback about a question or issue. Measure customer satisfaction, dive into creating a Net Promoter Score, or simply ask how their day’s going – it’s up to you.

Post Mortem: Sept 5th, 2014

On September 5th, 2014, Sendwithus rolled out a major infrastructure upgrade aimed at increasing API throughput and email delivery times. Update: All affected customers were notified and the issue was fully resolved. 

Introducing Drip Campaigns 2.0

We’re proud to announce the launch of our new and improved drip campaigns. We’ve completely redesigned them to give you a more flexible and intuitive experience that we’re really excited to roll out to everyone.

Python Templating Performance Showdown: Django vs Jinja

A few weeks ago, we announced that we would be upgrading our templating language from Django to Jinja and discussed some of the reasons for doing so. At the time we promised a follow-up with more depth on the technical details. Today we’re here to fulfill that promise. As mentioned previously, the three big reasons we’re upgrading

Sendwithus is Upgrading to Jinja

**UPDATED: See our latest Jinja v. Django Benchmarks, here** TL;DR – We’re switching to Jinja Templating. This won’t affect your existing templates and promises great new features to come. =] Since the beginning, Sendwithus has used the Django Templating Language to power your email templates. This decision came with a lot of advantages; Django Templating is

Viewing Archived A/B Tests

We’ve updated sendwithus A/B testing to give you access to completed and archived test results! Now you can compare new tests against old ones, and make sure your A/B tests have long-lasting effect. You’ll find your archived A/B test results right below your active A/B tests on the A/B Testing page. Here’s a quick screenshot