The cover page explained

Learn what the purpose of the cover page is and how to get the most out of it

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Written by Michael Bates
Updated over a week ago

Every newsletter has a cover page as the first page. It is the jumping-off point for people who read the newsletter.

As you'll see, it has a banner photo at the top which is a great place to put a picture of an event or perhaps a picture of your building/office. You can put anything you like in there, and it can be different in every newsletter.

Below that is the name of the publication (which you can change by clicking the pencil icon to the right of it). There is also an area for the date of publish, which will appear once the newsletter has been published.

There is also an area for the Issue Name. You can use the default issue numbering or use your own. You can change this by clicking the pencil icon to the right of it.

Below these text areas is where the list of pages in the newsletter will appear. This list is automatically generated from the pages in your newsletter. Click on one of these pages will jump to that page.

Finally, at the bottom of the cover page is an area for your social media icons (if they have been set).

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