Exporting to Sendinblue


Level up your email in Sendinblue


Would you like to connect your Sendinblue account to your BEE? It's easy, you can choose to connect them in one of the following ways:

  1. Connect your BEE and your Sendinblue account before you start designing (from Brand Settings)
  2. Connect the first time you need to send a specific template to Sendinblue (from Export)


1. Connect from Brand Settings

Go to Settings / Connectors ...



... Click the Connect button for Sendinblue



Insert your API key V3 to connect.




Do you know how to create an API Key in Sendinblue?

Read this: hhttps://help.sendinblue.com/hc/en-us/articles/209467485-What-s-an-API-key-and-how-can-I-get-mine-


Do you have multiple senders on your Sendinblue account?

No problem, you can select the one you prefer in the dropdown.


Do you often need to switch between different accounts (e.g. you are designing email templates for several customers, each one with their own Sendinblue account)?

You might be interested in using a BEE Pro Agency account.



2. Connect from Export

When your message is ready, click on the Export message button in the Message Details page...



... and then click on Export to another application.



A new window will be displayed with the connectors' list: select Sendinblue and follow the steps to log-in and connect it.



BEE Pro will confirm that the message is successfully exported, and you will see it appear in your SendinBlue account.


Multiple Brands / Customers

As mentioned above, the Agency version of BEE Pro allows you to set up different brands so you can better organize your emails, control user access, and specify different connectors for each brand (without switching accounts before exporting!)

For example, if you are a digital marketing agency with 10 clients that use Sendinblue, you will be able to create 10 brands in BEE Pro and connect each of them to their specific Sendinblue account.


Are you curious about the other sending apps' or ESPs' connectors available?  Take a look at Using connectors in BEE Pro


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