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Update: It turns out anchor links do not universally work 🙁 There’s a helpful article about where they do and don’t work here. I test things, find they work, and want to share, forgetting that it might not work in all circumstances. So you can definitely still use the info below, I just wouldn’t totally rely on it for organising your email. Shorter emails are often better 🙂
(If you do, I totally recommend you check out my Template Toolkit and my method for setting them up like so with the different sections! —-> )
Did you know you can add anchor links to ConvertKit emails?
What’s an Anchor Link? It’s when you click on a link in an email (or a page) and you ‘jump’ to the relevant section (rather than having to scroll down).
Just pop in your email address below and you’ll get immediate access to the tutorial video (2.5 mins long!).
You’ll also be added to my sporadic newsletter which is mostly just about cool ConvertKit stuff.
The code you need: <a name=”chapter4″></a>