Can I Create a Folder for Broadcast Email in AWeber to Resend to a New List?

You might be wondering if there’s a way to create folders within your AWeber account. After all, folders are a great way to segment and organize your lists. You can also use them to quickly find relevant emails from a long list of broadcasts—especially helpful if you’re struggling to keep track of all those senders’ emails in your inbox!

Here, we’ll tell you a few tricks that will make managing your folders much easier — and let you enjoy the benefits of organizing your emails more.

Create Subfolders In Advance

One of the best things about folders is that you can create them in advance and then just “drop” them into your inbox when you want to send out a broadcast. No need to search for each new list you create as emails come in!

Since AWeber makes it easy to create email lists based on various criteria—from names and email addresses to websites and even interests—you can use the +Addresses tool to easily create lists of people with shared interests. You can even further organize the emails you receive by creating subfolders within your main email folder.

For example, you can use the +Addresses tool to create a list of all the people who shared your interest in food. Next, you can create a folder named “food” and then drop all the emails you receive about food into that folder. Now, when you want to send out a new email about food, you can easily find it as it will be filed in the “food” folder!

Similarly, you can create a list of all the people who’ve shared your love for animals. Once you have that list, you can create a folder named “animals” and then drop all the emails you receive about animals into that folder.

This is a great way to keep track of all your interests and the people you’ve connected with based on those interests. Plus, it makes it easy to find relevant emails when you need them. No more searching through your inbox looking for a specific email or file—you can find what you’re looking for much faster!

Creating a folder in your AWeber account is quite easy. Just sign in, click on “settings,” and then on the left, you’ll see the +Addresses tool. From here, you can either search for an interest category or type in a name to create a list of all the people who share that interest. Once you’ve found the list, you can easily create a folder for that interest by clicking “+Addresses” and then “New Folder.”

Organize Your Broadcast Emails By Sending To A Different Email Account

You can also use AWeber’s powerful BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) tool to send out your broadcast emails to a different account. This way, you can keep all your emails organized in one place without being bombarded by notifications from all the different accounts you have active in your account.

If you use a desktop PC or a laptop, you might be used to seeing multiple email accounts on your inbox. Depending on how many people you’ve attached to your email account, you might see 10 or more emails piled up in your inbox. This is why it’s important to set up a filter so that you only get emails from specific people or groups of people you’ve agreed to monitor.

For example, you could create a filter called “Ag reed” (which stands for “Agreed to receive”) and then check it whenever you get an email. So, instead of having all those other emails cluttering up your inbox, you’ll only see messages you were specifically asked to monitor.

To use the BCC tool, you first need to have an email account set up. On the next page, you’ll see a small gray circle with an arrow next to it. This is your BCC icon. Click on this icon to open up a drop-down menu. From here, you can select an email account that you want to use to send your BCC emails.

Once you’ve selected the account you want to use, the next page will display a button that looks like three horizontal lines with a “+” in the middle. This is your BCC sign-up button. Click on this button to go through the sign-up process and then confirm your email address.

After you’ve confirmed your email address, you’ll see the BCC sign-in button on the next page. Just click on this button to sign in to your selected email account.

Now, let’s say you want to send a broadcast email to the people on your “food” list. To do that, you’d click on the “food” icon at the top of your page and then choose “Send a Broadcast” from the drop-down menu. Next, you’d click on the “+Addresses” button and then “New Folder” from the drop-down menu. Finally, you’d enter the name of your new folder and click on “Create Folder.”

AWeber will then ask you to confirm the name of your new folder. You can do that by clicking on the “food” icon again and then choosing “Folder Options” from the drop-down menu. From here, you can click on “Edit” to change the name of your folder if you’d like. Once you’ve confirmed the name of your folder, you can click on “OK” and you’ll be returned to your broadcast dashboard.

Let’s say you want to send a broadcast email to the people on your “animal” list. To do that, you’d click on the “animals” icon at the top of your page and then choose “Send a Broadcast” from the drop-down menu. Next, you’d click on the “+Addresses” button and then “New Folder” from the drop-down menu. Finally, you’d enter the name of your new folder and click on “Create Folder.”

AWeber will then ask you to confirm the name of your new folder. You can do that by clicking on the “animals” icon again and then choosing “Folder Options” from the drop-down menu. From here, you can click on “Edit” to change the name of your folder if you’d like. Once you’ve confirmed the name of your folder, you can click on “OK” and you’ll be returned to your broadcast dashboard.

This is just one example of how you can use the +Addresses tool in AWeber. You can use it to create a list of all the people you email frequently—be it customers, sponsors, or bloggers—based on various criteria you choose. From there, you can easily create folders for each of those lists and then send out emails to those lists via that account. You can also use the BCC tool to copy other people—both present and former—in your address book to another email account you manage.

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