Can I post a mailing to Facebook or Twitter without first sending it as an email?

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Tracy S1lverman

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Hi Tracy! Since you need to have a URL for the campaign to post it to Facebook or Twitter, you do need to send the campaign first. That generates an Online Version link, which you can copy from the Response page. (Click on the campaign from the Response page, then click the blue Online Version link in the lefthand column.)

You can send the campaign only to yourself, if you'd like, to generate that link. When you're on the Send page for your campaign, type your email address into the "Choose recipients" field instead of selecting an audience group.

Let me know if you have trouble, Tracy!
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Tracy S1lverman

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thanks!
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Jennifer Arnold

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Hi Kate, I'm trying to follow you instructions above but I don't see the blue Online Version link in the left hand column. I'm on the Response page, and the campaign is open, it shows the % of opens, click, etc. but I don't see any online version link
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Good catch, Jennifer! We've moved that link since this post. :) Now when you're in a mailing's response overview, look for a link on the righthand side that reads Open webview in a new window.
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Jennifer Arnold

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got it now, thanks!


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Thanks. I was just looking for that blue button. It helps to keep scrolling.