Working with paragraph and list content blocks

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18 comments

  • Kyle Snay
    Kyle Snay

    Our users are running into similar issues and find it a little confusing or more tedious. With the previous Text block you could format text with different sizes, create lists, etc. all within one block. Now if you want to create a list you have to end your paragraph block, insert the list block, and then reinsert a new paragraph block if you want to add more paragraph/text after it. You're also unable to change the font size in a paragraph for specific words withing a paragraph since it applies the change to all of them.

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  • rick
    rick

    Am I missing something here? By using the paragraph block, it appears that ALL its text must be the same size, color and font. There no longer seems to be any text block which allows for mixed format text. If so, this is a huge loss, a giant step backward.

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  • Willow Elliott
    Willow Elliott

    Hi again! We added the justify option to these content blocks today. :) 

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  • Kathryn Pauli
    Kathryn Pauli

    I also agree! I so miss the old formatting options, including the justify options. And I don't like that I have to create a new row in order to add a list - it's extra steps that aren't necessary. PLEASE bring the old text option back!!!

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  • Kyle Snay
    Kyle Snay

    Received some minor feedback regarding the font settings in the paragraph and list content blocks. In the general settings tab you can choose a Default font. Within the paragraph and list blocks the Font family is listed as Global font. Some of our users thought this was a little confusing and suggested to instead display the font name used from the settings tab or replace Global font with Default font.

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  • Willow Elliott
    Willow Elliott
    Hi everyone! Thanks so much for providing your feedback about these new content blocks. I'm happy to share this all with our Product team so we can improve these moving forward.
     
    The new paragraph and list content blocks do not allow the use of multiple font sizes within the same block. If you need to use multiple text sizes, we recommend using multiple paragraph or list blocks. The same applies if you are trying to apply multiple colors to your text content.
     
    As for everyone looking for a justify option, I'm happy to let you know this is something we're working on. Stay tuned!
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  • Cadence Smith
    Cadence Smith

    I cant even put content blocks anywhere to make my own template! Help!

     

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  • Cadence Smith
    Cadence Smith

    Thank you for solving my problem! I am using my ipad. I dont have a computer. I guess I’ll just log out and cancel my subscription :( i really liked bee pro :( thanks again.

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  • Willow Elliott
    Willow Elliott

    Hi Cadence, if you're still having trouble with this, could you open a community post and provide further information? 

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  • Kyle Snay
    Kyle Snay

    Perhaps I'm missing something but how do you edit the text size of a single word within the new Paragraph block without it changing the remaining words to the same size? This is something we were able to do with the Text content block.

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  • Info My Race
    Info My Race

    was searching here and there for justify text alignment. Just got to know that it has been removed and I am disappointed.. Why did you remove it? Bring it back pls

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  • Gustavo Ugarte
    Gustavo Ugarte

    Yes, thank you so much. Appreciate it.

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  • Aris Gatoudis (FE Developer
    Aris Gatoudis (FE Developer

    Hi,

    1. Can you add numerical values (100 to 900) on the font-weight dropdown select? Many times the design has different font-weight than normal (400) and bold (700) and we can't set this from the beefree email editor.

    2. The font weights that we configure on the account settings > styles, are not propagated on the html export of the email. So we have to manually replace the HTML code. For example we change:

    <link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Poppins&amp;display=swap" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">

    to

    <link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Poppins:wght@400;600;700&display=swap" rel="stylesheet">

    It would be great if the html export respects the "Font CSS URL" from  the custom fonts settings.

    Thank you, Aris.

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  • Humberto Inclan
    Humberto Inclan

    I agree. You should leave the option to justify or be able to continue using the previous text widget, which had more options in the editor.

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  • Sebastian Prieto
    Sebastian Prieto

    I agree. You should leave the option to justify or be able to continue using the previous text widget, which had more options in the editor.

     
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  • Willow Elliott
    Willow Elliott

    Hi Aris! This section of the custom fonts article might better address your questions: https://support.beefree.io/hc/en-us/articles/360004546251-Using-custom-fonts-in-BEE-Pro#01FYF7AS2AGNK37MA2SDE4QJCR. Right now, the font-weight feature in BEE Pro is only programmed to recognize weights 400 and 700. You can use other font weights, but this requires some extra steps and a separate stylesheet. 

    With all this said, I'm happy to let our Product team know that you are requesting additional font weight options!

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  • Melania
    Melania

    Thanks for the feedback, Humberto!

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  • Gustavo Ugarte
    Gustavo Ugarte

    This is nice and all but you eliminated the JUSTIFY Text alignment. Which was part of the previous text block.

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