Designing with the drag-and-drop email editor

BEE Pro uses the same editor that you find at Over a million people have used the BEE editor to date, providing a tremendous amount of feedback. So it's an email editor that's been well tested, and that we continue to improve based on that feedback.

Here you can find documentation on how to use the BEE editor.

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    Steven Pearl

    be great if we could clone an existing template to create another version of it

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    Massimo Arrigoni

    Hi Steven, thanks for your feedback. We'll definitely add some more template management features to BEE Pro in the future. For now, here is what you can do:

    * Create a message from template
    * Edit it as you wish
    * Save it with a name such as "Template | My template..."
    * Use the "Copy" feature to create new messages from it

    It won't be listed with the other templates, but it will be easily searchable in your message list and you can use it to create other messages from it using the "Copy" feature, just like as if it were a template in the template catalog.

    Hope this helps!

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    Lolimar Marcano

    Hi Massimo,

    I just sent a question but I can no find where to follow my message. I would like to attach an image to show you how tight is the text in numbered or bullet lists, there is no chance to add space between lines in a list? just to choose 1; 1,5 or 2 interline spaces? Can you believe that this and not to be able to indent a list inside other list is making me to lose a client?

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    Lolimar Marcano

    Massimo, I tried to add a block text for each item of the list in order to have a suitable separation between the items. Although this is more work to do, it would work if Beepro allowed me to select the initial number in a list, but it not; each list only can start with the number one.

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    Sergio M.

    Hi Lolimar,

    I'm sorry that you're having issues with the bullet points. Can you try to use the "line height" setting in the Content Properties right hand side menu of the text block? You should be able to adjust the line height of the bullet points, or alternately, try if making the font size bigger adds more in-line spacing.

    If you're still having issues, please send us an email to support[at]beefree[dot]io


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    Massimo Arrigoni

    Hi Lolimar: just to clarify, if you are simply trying to increase the spacing between bullet points, you can use the light height control. Just highlight the bullets and click on the line height setting in the properties panel on the right. You will see that the distance between the bullets will grow as you increase the line height.

    Another option is to use your own HTML in the Custom HTML block.

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    Emily Willems

    Hi, I've got the same issue as Lolimar. I can't change the spacing between bullet points. When I choose different spacings with the line height setting control nothing seems to happen. Only the spacing of text that is not in a list is adjustable. I have to change the spacing afterwards in the source code.

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    Daniel Cambria

    Hi Massimo! Thank you for this great piece of software!
    It would be great to have a tool to copy section from one email/template and paste in another email/template, like Elementor for Wordpress do. It will save a lot of work!
    I'm enjoying very much Bee Pro.
    Greetings from Brazil!

    Edited by Daniel Cambria
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    Massimo Arrigoni

    Hi Daniel, thanks for the note. We are indeed working on a feature that will allow you to save a section of an email and reuse it in another message. The feature already exists in our embeddable editor (we call it "Save rows":, we just need to implement it in BEE Pro. Stay tuned!

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    Matteo Mazzolari

    Hi Daniel, we are glad to announce that we released the save rows feature.
    Take a look at this quick article and try it out!

    Edited by Matteo Mazzolari