Updates by Email
Use your favorite email program to design your content that includes pictures, links and attachments. Send it on its way, wait 20-seconds and refresh your web page to see your update.
Remove the hassle and cost of maintaining your web site. Since everyone knows how to send email, now you can have others help post the latest news and information.
Choose the people that you wish to help out with the web site and decide how each may contribute. Let some users update the news page and make others responsible for special announcements.
Eliminate delays in getting your web site updated. By letting the right people contribute directly to your web site, you'll avoid the need for your web master to perform the updates.
Participate in Multiple Accounts
You might be in charge of publishing the latest news for your business site, the scores for your little league team and also announcements for your homeowners association. Send2page lets you associate your email address with any number of accounts.
Once you log in, just pick the account (web site) you wish to update and you'll see the content blocks for which you are a contributor.
You can require that each post is approved before it is actually published to your web site. When an update is posted, your approvers receive an email with options to review, approve and disapprove the content.
You get to maintain complete control over the information that appears on your web site.
The easy-to-use online editor lets you fine-tune your published content. Beginners will be instantly familiar with this tool and experts can use the advanced mode to edit HTML.
When you have complex formatting such as a restaurant menu or address list, you'll appreciate the ability to make minor changes rather than send all new content.
Choose to publish as many as 20 of the latest emails and whether to display the subject, date and author of your email as a title or subtitle for each. The titles can appear above or below the body of each email.
This is especially useful when sending pictures from your phone. The email subject becomes the caption for your photo!
Emails can be sent to contributors, approvers and others whenever content is received, published, approved or rejected.
This keeps everyone informed as to what is actually happening behind the scenes. When you send an update that requires approval, you'll know why it is not being published right away.
Once logged in, each contributor gets a list of "content blocks" that he or she can update. A thumbnail image helps them recognize the content and status information lets them know who changed it last.
Each person sees just the parts of the web site for which they can make changes. There's no need to know anything about files, folders or the structure of your web site.
Review the contents of the last 20 received emails and the latest 20 created posts. Thumbnail images help you to quickly locate a post and the Preview feature lets you see its content.
You get to see who is posting and what has been approved or rejected. Now, when someone mentions an old ad from your web site, you can go back and see it.
If you accidentally send an email twice and are publishing the last 10-emails, you'll appreciate the ability to delete an email and then re-publish.
This lets you easily get your published content just the way you want it when posting a chain of emails.