Embedding link to "show content in web browser"

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How do I add “If there are problems with how this message is displayed, click here to view in a web browser” to my template? I'm using Chrome. 
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MSCF

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Kati Hyer

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I think this appears automatically when you send, JP. 
It does not show up in preview or tests.

And as far as I can tell, the language is "If you're having trouble viewing this email, you may see it online" with a link to view it. 

Good luck! 
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It appears at the top of the browser (image attached) - I'd like to put it at the top of the template so it is the body of the email, like the second image attached. It is at the bottom of my template and I can't relocate it.
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Hi JP -- You're right, that "view online" link is located in the footer of all of our gallery templates:



You have a couple of options for adding that link to the top of your mailing. If you'd like it permanently added to the template code, you can submit a *revision* request via our design form

You could also add the link to your mailing content using the insert link button and adding this tag [% webview_url %] to the URL field, like this:






Let me know if you have any questions!