What can you do to jazz up, spice up, and make your email messages stand out from the rest of the mess in the inbox? All you really need a few professionally designed email templates. That’s how your message will be the one that gets read.
120 Email Templates
Email templates work much the same as fonts and chocolate. You can never have too many or too much. Some Mail template packages, including Mix Mail, are packed with useful themes.
The way templates work in Mail couldn’t be much easier. Before you begin that email message, grab a template and try it on for size.
Mix Mail’s templates can be downloaded from the Mac App Store. Open it up, select a template, click and the design is opened in Mail.
What’s the advantage of an email message with a matching template?
It’s all a matter of readability. You want your email message to get read, right? If it’s nothing more than a pile of text on white, then it’s just like all the other messages in the inbox. Booooooring.
Mix Mail’s template package has plenty of themed templates, laid out in five categories.
Select the template design you want, click, and it opens up in Mail, ready to fill in the blanks.
How’s that for creating a message that begs to be read?
Outside of dropping in a video message instead of typing, I can’t think of a better way to make an email message really readable.
The five categories of templates in Mix Mail including Basic, Greetings, Invitations, Travel, and Daily.
The same company that makes Mix Mail also has packages of stationery templates for Mail, templates for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, and others, so their expertise is, well, templates.
Packages of templates are much like fonts or color tools for Mac graphic designers. There’s never enough. Despite 120 templates for Mail, I found myself wanting to look through the Mac App Store for other packages.