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11 Best Free HTML Email Template Builders & Editors (Reviewed & Compared)

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  1. Bee is MailUp's drag-&-drop editor for responsive design emails.

    Best HTML email template building software? about 2 months ago its what we use and is free. So easy to use and lots of templates.
  2. BEE Pro is an email design tool for freelancers, teams, and email agencies. 

    Building a newsletter in InDesign for Mailchimp about 27 days ago

    If you are designing emails all you need is BeePro ( Will do everything you feed and exports super easy. And PDF proofing, which is fantastic for higher ups understanding things.
  3. Design and create beautiful HTML emails and templates in any way you want with Chamaileon's collaborative email template builder platform. You can create nice emails in no time without coding. You can optimize email production to save time & effort.

    paid Free Trial $125.0 / Monthly (5 users included. Unlimited exports and test emails.)

  4. Stripo is an all-in-one email design platform. We enable our clients to build emails of any complexity, including interactive AMP emails, really fast and easy.

    freemium $12.5 / Monthly

    Discouraged 😔 How do I learn to code HTML email templates? about about 1 year ago:

    I just use for all my email creations and love it.
  5. Moosend allows you to design and send your email marketing campaigns and track the results from an easy-to-use web interface as well as a direct SMTP server connection for your smtp client or web application.

    Best platform to manage small batches of custom emails? about about 1 year ago

    Moosend is my recommendation -->
  6. Create, edit and manage awesome email newsletters 😻

    2021 Best Black Friday Deals for Web Developers about over 1 year ago:

    Postcards is an HTML email template builder that gives its users access to a platform that allows them to communicate with their team in a multitude of ways. Your team will have the ability to share things in a joint cloud account, manage different projects, and export any creations to a popular ESP without worrying about a middle man.
  7. MailChimp is the best way to design, send, and share email newsletters.

    Can't login with Chrome about 27 days ago

    I lied, it does work in incognito. Found the culprit which is an extension that turns off you being counted by Google Analytics when visiting sites. However, I didn't have it 'on' for so not sure what the issue could have been.
  8. Discover Mail Designer 365, the easiest way to design mobile-optimized HTML emails, templates and newsletter designs. Your HTML email designer for Mac.

  9. Email newsletter template builder

  10. Outstanding opensource email template editor by

    Update: I’m building a self-hosted Mailchimp alternative... about about 1 year ago

    Maybe you could integrate something like or
  11. The CoffeeCup Free HTML Editor is a drag-and-drop HTML Editor with built-in FTP uploading.

  12. Create professional Email templates easily - Drag & Drop Email Builder.

    freemium $10.0 / Annually (3 Users)

  13. High converting and beautifully designed email templates

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  15. Create responsive HTML emails that work on any device

    Email Doesn't Suck. It's Email Clients That Need Improving about 7 months ago:

    I will say that it sucks just as a much from the developer front. I had to build some email templates for a project a few weeks ago and I was shocked how wired it was compared to regular webdev. Using a framework is almost a requirement if you don't want to spend all your time on little differences between email clients. The layout is really wired too, with the recommendation to use a ton of nested tables. Not to...
  16. Quickly craft clean, responsive emails.

    Can I Email? about almost 2 years ago:

    You should take a look at
  17. The open source framework for responsive emails

    Is this layout possible? Backend guy trying to do frontend. about 4 days ago:

    I've made plenty. If you want to improve your emailing life check out MJML, love it.