At the bottom of each distribution sent from Agility, there is a footer including information about you, the sender, which is often required by law, such as in the United States, United Kingdom, Europe and Canada among others.  You can, however, manually edit the footer.  In this article, we will cover specifically how to edit the footer.

The footer comprises of five pieces of information about the sender.  Below is a list of those five pieces in order as they appear.  Italicized in brackets is where each piece of information is pulled from.

  1. Your Name (as entered in step 2)
  2. Your Email (as entered in step 2)
  3. Company Name (according to your Agility account)
  4. Company Address (as entered in step 2)
  5. Your Agility Log-in Email (according to your Agility account and user profile)


If you wish to edit your name, your email or your company address, simply scroll down, go to the previous step, and edit the information accordingly on step two.


To change the company name or the email that appears at the end of the footer, please follow these steps:

Step 1. Cick the 'Source' button in the upper left corner of the editor.

Step 2. Press Ctrl + F on your keyboard if a PC, or Cmd + F if on a Mac.

Step 3. Enter the name you wish to edit in the box that pops up, and hit enter.  It should take you to this point in the source code:

Step 4. Once you find the company name or email in the source code, highlight it with your mouse, then type in the name or email you wish to display.

Please note: Emails appear in pairs, and both need to be changed for proper functionality.  As in the screenshot below, one instance of the email stands alone, and the other follows "mailto:".  The email address that stands alone is what appears to the recipient.  The one that follows "mailto:" is what email address an email will be sent to if a recipient clicks the linked email address.

Step 5. Once that change is made, go back to the 'Source' button and click it, then view the result!


This process is somewhat more advanced than what many users are accustomed to, so if you have any questions along the way or would appreciate some guidance please contact us and we're happy to help!

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