2 Instructions: Sending an in Harris 1. Log into Harris, using your username and password If you do not remember your username/password, please call or 2. In the top of the page (gray navigational bar), please look for Marketing. Hover your mouse over that link. A drop-down menu will appear, please click on the 2nd item, titled Create/Manage Content. 3. Look for your class/club/group template. Look to the right, under the Action column, click on the Duplicate link. 4. A new webpage will appear. under Name this content, please enter in a title of your . For example 1958 Reunion Financial Aid . Please include your class/club/group name in this title. This name will not be displayed anywhere in your it is only for documentation purposes in Harris. 5. Look to the right of your screen. In the gray bar is a section called Switch. Please select Default HTML editor and click on Go. 6. Enter the appropriate text inside the brackets. For example in the header [CLASS], enter [Class of 1958], then delete the brackets. This will ensure that the correct font, font size, and color are not removed. 7. Continue to enter appropriate information inside the brackets, and then remove brackets at the end. 2
3 8. For addresses, please highlight the text inside the bracket ( enter address ) and click on the globe icon with a link chain. It is the icon to the right of the block justify image. 9. After clicking on the globe, a small window will pop up. Under link type, please select . Under Address, please type in the correct address. Adding an Image to your 1. Click your cursor to where you want your image to be inserted. 2. Look for the gray buttons above the , ( Preview HTML, Import HTML, Open file manager, etc.) Click on the third button from the left, titled Open file manager. 3. Search for your class/club/group folder. Class folders are titled Class of 1234 or simply Clubs have their own sub-folder under the Clubs folder. If you do not see yours, please create a sub-folder under Clubs. Groups have their own sub-folder under the Groups folder. If you do not see one, please create a sub-folder under Groups. 4. Scroll down and click on the gray button titled Upload files. 5. If your computer says that you have an Inactive plug-in, scroll to the bottom and click on browser based upload. Upload your image. 6. Once your image is uploaded, click Insert Image Into HTML. You can then close the file manager window. 3
4 Editing an Image in your 1. Click on your image so that it is highlighted. (The image should be slightly blue, indicating you ve highlighted it.) 2. Click on the yellow square icon (circled in red), to edit the image. 3. A pop-up window show come up on your screen, titled Image Properties. The Image Info tab will be open, do not click elsewhere. 4. Under Alternative Text, please enter a brief description of your image. This is used if your image is unable to load (the text you enter will be displayed instead), and also for the blind, where a computer will read the text to the individual. 5. Under width and height, please make sure the lock icon is locked. This will ensure that the original proportions of the image remain the same. Enter the width (not exceeding 360 pixels) or height, and the computer will adjust to the appropriate height or width. 6. In Border, enter a number (0-5) for the thickness of your desired border, 0 being no border, and 5 being a very thick line/border around your image. We recommend you use either 0 or 1 for the most professional-looking s. 7. Leave hspace and vspace blank. 8. The Align drop-down menu will allow you to place your object to the left, center, or right side of your Once these fields are completed, please hit Ok. The window will automatically close. Saving the in Harris 1. Look for the gray buttons above the , ( Preview HTML, Import HTML, Open file manager, etc.) Click on the right-most button, Copy HTML to text version. 2. Scroll down and click on the Save content or Save content and exit gray button. Save often! 3. You will automatically be exited out of this screen if you choose Save content and exit. 4
5 Preparing to Send your Address and Assemble 1. Click on the Address and Assemble tab. 2. Click on the Address and Assemble a New button. 3. You will reach a page with boxes for all the information you need to enter. There are three sections, which are detailed below. Most of these fields are required: please read carefully to make sure you enter the correct information. details: 1. name: Enter the same name as in the Create & Manage Content tab, when you created your . This name will not be seen by recipients. 2. From: Choose Wellesley College Alumnae Association. 3. From address: enter the address you want the to be sent from. 4. Reply-to address: Most of the time, this will be the same as the from address. If you want replies to go to a different address, enter that address here. 5. To: Enter Wellesley Class of 1234 or Club/Group name. 5
6 6. BCC addresses: If you want to include anyone who would not otherwise receive the message, enter her address here. **NOTE: this field should only be used for one or two addresses; if you need to send to more than that, please talk to the tech folks about creating or uploading a different list. 7. Subject: Enter your subject line here. Remember, your subject line should be short, descriptive, and include the word Wellesley and your class/club/group name. content and recipient list: 1. Select content: Click on the drop-down menu and select the name of the content you created in the Create & Manage Content tab. The content should be at or near the top. 2. Select the appropriate recipient list under Select recipient list. 3. Leave HTML and text selected. Campaign and Categories: 1. Under Available Campaigns select Club s or Classes. If neither apply to you, leave blank. 2. Categories: Select the correct message category from the box on the left, and click the Select button to copy it to the box on the right. 3. Click the Save this button. 4. If there are any issues with the definition, the red text above the button will let you know. If it reads definition ok then you can proceed. 6
7 Schedule and Send your 1. Click on the Send & Schedule tab. 2. You will see a page containing a calendar (today s date will be highlighted). 3. Click on the date you want to send the . If you do not see a calendar, click on Month next to Calendar View at the top of the page. 4. On the next page, you will see a list of times on the date you selected. Click on the time to select. 5. A new window will pop up, allowing you to choose the you are sending: 7
8 6. In Box 1, select the Name of the you just created. 7. In Box 2, make sure that Does not recur is selected under Recurrence. (This is the default setting). 8. In Box 3, double-check the scheduling time and click on Schedule this now. 9. The page will reload the schedule for the selected day, with your on it. Click on the name of the to review the . A popup window will appear, and from here you can preview the data for the , as well as the itself. It is a good idea to preview your before approving to ensure that everything is correct. Approve your 1. IMPORTANT: You MUST complete this step for every you send. If you do not complete this step, the will not be sent. 2. Now that you ve scheduled your , it must be approved. This step gives you a last chance to review the and correct any errors before sending. To approve, locate your in the calendar, and click the red Approve link below the description. 3. Once you approve the , the will look like this: Congratulations! Your is set up, and will be sent at the selected time. Making Changes 1. If you have set up your but need to make a last-minute change, you can do so. Log in as you normally would and make changes under the Create/Manage Content tab. 2. To cancel or reschedule a scheduled Go to the Send & Schedule tab and locate your on the calendar. Click on the name of the . You ll get a pop-up window with the details of your From here you can preview the HTML or text versions of your , delete your entirely, or reschedule it for a different date or time. To delete, click on the delete link, or to reschedule, click on the Reschedule link. 4. To modify an If you need to update the content of your , you can do so at any time before the is sent. To modify the , click on the Create & Manage Content tab. Locate the in the list, and click the Edit link next to it. Modify as needed (making sure to update both the HTML and text versions) and click Save. 8
9 5. s can only be modified, cancelled, or rescheduled until they are sent. If you modify an after it has been sent out, it will not be re-sent. 6. IMPORTANT: If you modify your , you must re-approve it. Once you make the necessary modifications, go back to step 7 of this document to re-approve your . QUESTIONS? Contact the Alumnae Association at or 9
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