The Sculpt message editor is a powerful and easy to use drag-and-drop editor for building custom message layouts and content without the need for HTML coding.
Before you can use the Sculpt editor for message creation, you need to create a Sculpt template and Sculpt blocks in your account. The template is a starting point for your message, and the blocks are draggable sections for building your layout and content. You can easily customize templates and blocks within your messages to create eye-catching layouts, and you can utilize our generative AI tool to quickly create impactful text.
If the Sculpt editor feature is switched off in your account, messages previously created using the Sculpt editor will be disabled and will no longer send.
Create a new Sculpt message
Navigate to Messages > Create New Message, choose Sculpt Editor, and click Continue.
The option to use the Sculpt editor for message creation will not be available until you have a Sculpt template set up in your account.
Select a Sculpt template
In the Message Content section of the message creation page, you'll see a list of available Sculpt templates. Select a template to get started. You can toggle between thumbnail and list view by clicking the Settings button.
Add Sculpt blocks
If there are Sculpt blocks in your template, you'll be able to select and edit them on the Sculpt editor page. If there are no editable blocks, you will need to add them using the Block Library.
1. Click the Block Library button to view any available blocks and drag them into your template.
2. Next to the Block Library search bar, you can toggle between Thumbnail and List view.
3. Click i in thumbnail view or the dropdown arrow in list view to find more information about the block.
- Thumbnail view:
- List view:
3. Select a block and drag it into the template to start building your layout.
Edit Sculpt blocks
You can make any needed changes to the text, images, or other input fields in your Sculpt block before and during message creation.
1. From within your Sculpt message or template, select the desired block and click the Block Editor button.
2. Make any needed changes to the input fields in your block. The below example shows an image in the block editor.
3. After making the desired changes, the preview pane will automatically update, or you can click the Preview button at the bottom of the form to see the changes.
Generate AI content
Once AI content generation is enabled for the text field in a Sculpt block, you'll see the option to edit and Generate AI Content when you click on the block during message creation.
1. In the block editor, click on the block you want to customize.
2. Select Generate AI Content to produce multiple variations of generative content you can use.
3. To customize the text, select one or multiple of the options: Shorten, Lengthen, Urgent, Casual, Funny.
4. Click Use Content under the AI-generated text you wish to use and select Preview to view it in your Sculpt block.
Move and delete Sculpt blocks
Blocks within the template can be moved and deleted by clicking on the block and using the Move, Add, Delete toolbar.
Preview and save
After adding blocks and customizing your content, you can preview the message in the desktop view, the mobile view, or a split view by clicking on one of the preview buttons at the top of the Sculpt editor.
You can also preview message headers (message subject, from email, reply email, and from description) directly from the preview pane.
Message headers cannot be edited from this location. If necessary, return to the Message Creation page to edit headers and other message properties.
Once you're happy with the layout and content of the message, click the Save Draft button to return to the Message Creation page. You'll see the template name displayed in the Message Content section. You can edit the content using the Edit button or remove the template from your message by clicking the Remove button.
Any changes made to the current message template will not affect the underlying Sculpt template or Sculpt blocks. Likewise, any changes to the blocks or template will not affect the current message template.