As part of the Email Framework, some of your configurations will now be centralized. You provide us with your information, and we keep track of it using a key, called a Sender Entity ID. Since each ID is unique, your unit can submit as many configurations as needed.
When you create a message, you just reference the appropriate key and the associated information gets entered for you, leading to a process that is more convenient and data that is more consistent.
For example, messages will no longer use marketing lockups. Instead, they will use texted-based branding headers, which are automatically populated with your unit's information when you reference a Sender Entity ID.
Each header will include a primary unit (ex. Department of Chemistry), which identifies who the email is coming from. You also have the option to include a secondary unit (ex. College of Arts + Sciences), which is usually the larger department or office that your unit is a part of.
Your Sender Entity IDs will also be used to fill in a variety of other fields, allowing you to focus on the content of your message. Complete our Sender Entity ID request form to start using the Email Framework.