I receive documents that give an option to reduce the size and or increase it by clicking the word "more." Does emma offer that option?

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Hi, great question. I believe that by "size" you mean that you have the chance to read just a paragraph and then if you are intrigued you can read "more."

With an Emma campaign, there is a way to offer that "read more" experience to your readers. Step by step instructions on that process can be found here.

I hope that helps and if I have misunderstood your question, please let me know.
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Hi, Kyle.  Just wondering if there is a way to do this without linking to a separate landing page - i.e. if there is a way to send paragraphs/items within a campaign collapsed with a "read more" option, like on facebook, to expand the paragraph if it catches the reader's interest.  Thanks.
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Hey there! I’m jumping in for Kyle. While you can’t expand collapsed text — which would be really cool! — you can create jump links to further down in your mailing. You could have a table of contents at the top, or even just teaser text, with a link that when clicked jumps you down to the full text. Here’s how to link to jump links or anchors.
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It would be really great to be able to have collapsable text. Lots of sites use it. Check out allrecipes.com for their "reviews" of a recipe and you'll see an inventive way to save space and only read the items you're really interested in.

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Hi! I haven’t seen collapsible text in email before. Is there an example you could share here of where you saw that in an email?