Add file attachments to marketing mails

Currently only link attachments from the Hubspot data base are supported for marketing mails. Sometimes it would be more appropriate to sent the content already with the mail such that users can access all mail after mail sync without being online. 

32 Replies
New Contributor

+1 

 

This would be useful in particular for transactional emails. 

 

Example: order confirmation email with receipt attached.

New Contributor

+1 

 

I want to send a PDF directly as an attachment, not as a link. In my case a help guide. 

New Contributor

+1

 

I think this feature would be great.

New Contributor

+1

New Contributor

I would like to be able to provide a Quote PDF as an attachment in a Automatic Deal Follow-up

Occasional Contributor

+1 Really need this feature - need to attach a file so people can view when offline.

Occasional Contributor

+10000 Yes please let us attach files to automated emails Smiley Happy

Occasional Contributor

This is definitely needed. Many people are put off opening links but would open the attachment. CTAs also disappear if the contact has image blocking as default

 

We need this to solve a specific business problem of sending CV uploads to a parser in our applicant tracking system

Regular Contributor

Could absolutely use this. Need to attach unique PDF to each mail sent from a workflow.

Occasional Contributor

+1

New Contributor

+1

New Contributor

I agree that attaching  a file would be extremely useful to build relationship with prospects! Free great content!

 

New Member

We have many clients needing to email their clients lists, with different PDFs that need to be attached to the email. 

+1

New Member

+1

Regular Contributor

agree! and also to automated marketing emails.

Visitor

+1, still needed!

Occasional Contributor

+1 for this. 


For compliance reasons we need to send the actual file attached in the email, rather than a link.

Visitor | Gold Partner
Visitor | Gold Partner

There is a department in my work that really needs this feature.

 

Is it possible to allow it?

 

Thank you very much!

Occasional Contributor

+1 Please do consider allowing attachements - I expect there are circumstances where users will look at an attachment but are less likely to follow a link.

Occasional Contributor

+1 from us

Files are critical to educating our customers at this stage