This article will show you how to send emails you have created in Publicate, through Gmail.

Gmail is the number one free email service provider leading platform on the web. Millions of people and businesses use it to send emails to clients, customers and colleagues. Now you can combine it with Publicate to send curated newsletters through Gmail.

Exporting your HTML Email Publication to Gmail

Once you have created an Email Publication, there are two options for Exporting it to send through Gmail;

1. One click publish using the Gmail Integration

To Publish with one click you first need to connect Gmail to Publicate
You can connect Gmail to Publicate with the Gmail Integration. Just click on settings.

Click 'Connect' on the Gmail integration button and authorise the connection between Publicate and Gmail.


Once you have connected Gmail, open the Publication you want to Export to Gmail, and click on 'Export' and then on the 'Export To Gmail' button

This will export the Publication to Gmail Drafts, ready for you to add recipients and send out;

2. Export the email HTML Code and paste into the body of a Gmail Email

The second option is great for if you would like to add a Publication to the body of an existing email.

To do this open the email in Gmail that you would like to add the Publication to

Then go to Publicate and open the Email Publication you would like to add to Gmail, and click 'Export The HTML Code' button

Then just go back to Gmail and paste the code into the body of the email and you will see your Publication added, ready for you to send out

Key Features

Now you can easily send your Email Publications through Gmail with the click of a button, or just copy and paste the Publication into the body of an email.

  • Create beautiful email newsletters in Publicate and easily send them using Gmail
  • Send Email Publications with click of a button, or add them to any email on Gmail

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