Compose Email

What is the code for a line break when using the compose email component?

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About the line break a simple <br /> may add a line break :wink:

You should be able to add it here :

<a href=""><img alt="Subscribe" class="center" height="50" src="subscribe.png" style="width: 137px; height: 50px; color: #4da6f7; font-size: 20px; display: block;" width="137"></a>

Finally this page will tell you more about the email link :


Thank you for the help.
I am up and running.

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Hey !

Happy to hear that your issue is now resolved.

Take care !


is it possible (bug ?) to enter multiple email-addresses in the To, Cc, Bcc-fields, seperated with a semi-colon?
I can seperate addresses with a comma, but Outlook doesn’t accept this. And Glide doesn’t accept seperating with a semi-colon.
I think this can be fixed easily (just let Glide allow “;” as it allows “,”)


It’s weird how Outlook does not allow that by default, but if it’s your use case and not your users’, you can change that.

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thanks; didn’t know this Outlook-setting.

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Is there a way to configure the email body? perhaps a way to use an HTML body?
This is to configure very simple elements such as hyperlinks, bold/underline/italic, RTL, etc.

You can put whatever you want in the email body. You can type in anything specific or point it to a column in the table. If you want html, then you should be able to include html elements.