Sometimes, you may want to save or print a copy of a sent campaign. To do this, you’ll open the archived version of your campaign in a web browser, and then use the browser’s print and save functions.
In this article, you'll learn how to find the archived version of your campaign, which you can view in your browser, print, and save.
Before You Start
Here are some things to know before you begin this process.
- Make sure your web browser is up-to-date.
Read our minimum system requirements.
- Turn off the Archive Bar.
MailChimp automatically adds an Archive Bar to the top of all archived campaigns. The Archive Bar makes it easier for subscribers to share your campaign, but this isn’t necessary in a printout or a saved copy. Learn how to turn off the Archive Bar before you save or print. After you’re done, you can turn it back on.
- Disable or remove the webpage header and footer.
When you print or save your campaign, most web browsers will add a header and footer. These display the website address and name, and the date that you accessed the page. You can disable the header and footer when you set your print and save settings.
Open the Archived Version of Your Campaign
To begin, you’ll open the archived version of your sent campaign, which you’ll later print or save to your computer. The steps to open the archived version of your campaign vary based on campaign type.
Click the type of campaign you want to save or print to view instructions to find the archived version.
Print Your Campaign
After you open the archived version of your campaign in a web browser, you can use CTRL+P or CMD+P on your keyboard to open a window with print options. Print options will vary based on your browser.
Click the name of your web browser to view full printing instructions from their support sites.
After you open the archived version of your campaign in a web browser, you can save it in your preferred file format, like a PDF.
Saving options will vary based on your browser.
Click the name of your web browser for instructions on saving a webpage.