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Timing is everything 🎊
How does the sending system work?
At lemlist we’ve spent years understanding what is the best way to send emails in order to maximize your email deliverability (meaning making sure that our sending system is the best in class so your emails end up in the inbox). 💌 As you can see when you define a schedule, lemlist asks you to input the MAXIMUM number of emails you want to send during a specific time frame During this time frame, our
Everything you need to know about scheduling 📆
Hi there 🤗 we thought it might be better if you check our short video on what is actually scheduling in lemlist. Scheduling is really important as it will allow you to determine how many emails you want to send, at what time, when, what delays should you make between first/second/third step etc. It will also help protect you not to be detected as a spammer.
Speed up / slow down your sending time
We can slow down our sending time by using a bigger time frame, less contacts and less emails to be sent or vice versa to speed it up 🧐 There is another option as well: When you are in the process of preparing your templates and want to add a follow-up or more follow-ups, you will always be able to select how many days you want your follow-up to be delayed. If you mark two days, this means that between your client receiving the first email and receiving the second one, there will have
Add multiple schedules 📆
There is always an option to use multiple schedules. This helps in case you want your campaign to be active only at specific time frames, for example sending only 2 hours in the morning and 2 hours in the afternoon. Another example will be sending between 12-14 and 18-20. Simply go into your campaign, select EDIT and go to the SCHEDULE part. You should be able to see options from the picture below and to select to add another schedule. !(https://app.talkus.io/api/files/Files/Na
Save a schedule as a template 📆
Every schedule you create can be used later on and saved as a template. Simply go into your campaign, select EDIT and go to the SCHEDULE part. You should be able to see the options from the picture below and select to save a schedule as a template, name it and use it in the future. We also have a short tutorial on scheduling to help you out: