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November 3, 2023

Official integration for Crisp Chat

You can now create, edit, and manage your email templates in Tabular and directly use them in Crisp campaigns.

Tabular is now an official Crisp app, you can read our app listing on Crisp's website here.

Securely connect Crisp and start using your Tabular email templates in your Crisp one-time or automated campaigns.

Crisp is an all-in-one business messaging platform that offers a shared inbox, chatbot, and email campaign software can be used to retarget your leads or customers manually or automatically.

To easily design quality emails for Crisp's campaign functionality you can use Tabular. It will allow you freedom to create any email you have in mind, and more rapidly iterate on your email designs to find out what performs well.

Tabular allows you to more quickly and easily make your emails. Perform one-click to connect and upload the design as a Crisp email template, and start sending.

How to use Tabular emails in Crisp

In Tabular, go to any email that you’d like to create a Crisp email template with. Open the ‘Use email’ modal, and select the 'Export' tab. Search for the Crisp option, this will open a form where you'll have to input the Website ID of your Crisp account.

You can find your Website ID using these steps:

  1. Click on "Settings"
  2. Click on "Website Settings"
  3. Select the inbox for which you want to grab the WebsiteID and click "Settings"
  4. Click on "Setup Instructions"
  5. Here you are!

When you’re done you’ll be able to use your authorization in all your Tabular emails. One-click to create a Crisp email template that uses your Tabular email. Thereafter, if you make changes to your email in Tabular you can click the 'Upload' button to update your Crisp template with the latest version.

Crisp offers a set of email variables that you can use to personalize your message. You can find the full list of variables available here. You can directly use the variables in Tabular text blocks, like so:

Hello {{ name.first }}, how are you doing?`