Can I add personalization to my cards so each recipient's name(s) is displayed?

Yes, this is possible.

In addition to the personalization on the digital envelope you can also add personalization on each card.

There are 2 options.

OPTION 1: Add a Text box for the <Recipient's name(s)>

In the admin section on the left side of each card you can find a button:

SHOW RECIPIENT'S NAME(S)

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By clicking on this button you can add the <Recipient's name(s)> text box.

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HOW CAN I DESIGN THE RECIPIENT(S) NAME TEXT BOX?

1. You can design how the names will be displayed here - e.g. Font type and Color.

2. You can set the size of the Recipient's name(s)

(Please note that if the name is very long - it will be automatically made smaller to fit in 1 line.)

3. Each <Recipient's name(s)> is taken from the tab "RECIPIENTS".

On the tab RECIPIENTS is where you can add your recipients, e.g. singles or couples/families.

  • If you are inviting e.g. Mr. John Smith, then Mr. John Smith will be displayed on the card.
  • If you are invitation e.g. Mr. and Mrs. John and Mary Smith, then this name will be displayed on the card.
  • There is also an option to address your recipients in 2 different ways, e.g.

 

OPTION 2:

INTEGRATE THE RECIPIENT'S NAME directly into the flow text inside a standard text box - by adding [name2] to the flow text.

Please see "Dear [name2]," in the flow text on the card below.

You can type [name2] into the flow text where ever you need it.

We recommend an full line for a [name2] since names can be short or long.

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Here the example of the card with a name taken from the tab RECIPIENTS

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PROs and CONs FOR OPTION 1 and OPTION 2:

1. If you wish to have flow text - then it easier with OPTION 2 to integrate the <RECIPEINT'S NAME(S)> into the flow text.

2. If you wish that the font for the <RECIPEINT'S NAME(S)> is the same as the rest of the text, then OPTION 2 is easier.

3. <RECIPEINT'S NAME(S)> can be short or long.

In option 2 - if the name is long - then there can be a line break, which might not look perfect.

Option 1 with an own Text Box is a bit smarter and auto reduces the size of the font to make all <RECIPEINT'S NAME(S)> fit into 1 line.

 

We hope this article was helpful!

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