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    Guillermo Padilla

    Hi Emily, we have 2 different solutions:

    BEE Plugin is our embeddable editor, ready to be integrated inside SASS applications like Pardot. Is a javascript web widget that needs development to be used. So, if Pardot decides to give their customers a stunning editor, creates a plugin subscription and integrate the plugin inside their application.
    https://beefree.io/plugin/

    BEE Pro is an easy to use email creation tool (as the free version). You can create, save and edit unlimited messages and, lately, export and use them with Pardot or any other application that allows you to import HTML messages. There is no need of programming skills to use it. There is a 15 days free trial and subscriptions start from $10/month.
    http://beefree.io/pro/

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    Mathieu Gosset

    Is there any video on how to install the plugin?
    Because as beginning and student developper I am having a hard time understanding everything.

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    Guillermo Padilla

    Hi Mathieu, there is no a video, but you can check step by step how to do your integration reading the articles listed at Getting started with BEE Plugin:
    https://support.beefree.io/hc/en-us/sections/360001296751-Getting-started-with-BEE-Plugin

    I'd recommend you to download a sample code, you only need your credentials to run them (mind that the client side sample is the easiest to run, but is not supposed to be used in a production environment because the authentication needs to be handled server side).
    Download them at: https://support.beefree.io/hc/en-us/articles/360004495692-Sample-code-and-templates

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    Daniel

    Hi There,
    We are a bunch of marketers who want to use the plugin for our eCommerce clients. Is there a group of people or someone you could recommend we could pay to help configure the plugin on our site so we can offer it out to clients?

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    Massimo Arrigoni

    Hi Daniel, thanks for reaching out. We don't have an official list of companies that provide custom solutions built around our email editor, but we do know of some that have contacted us via support tickets, etc. I believe one of my colleagues is going to send you a list via email.
    If this is something useful for others, we can look into creating a Web page that lists these companies.

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    Steven Pearl

    If we go with the paid plugin version, does each user have the ability to save emails under their login? Are they able to access past created emails and create copies like the Pro version?

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    Massimo Arrigoni

    Hi Steven, no, the plugin is just an embeddable version of our email editor. Everything that is outside of the editor is part of your application, so that you have complete control on the UI and UX of those features. Whether or not users can create a copy of a message, for example, is a feature that you will need to decide to offer to your users, in your application,developed by your development team, in the language and using the UI & UX patterns used by your application.

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    Daniel

    Hi Seven, I investigated the same thing. We are using one pro account to save all our templates and then the plugin to allow multiple people to edit the templates. If you don't have any custom built functionality to pre-save templates, I believe this option would work for you.

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