What are the issues with Aweber's new HTML broadcast editor?

Has anyone else encountered issues with pasting prepared text into Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor? I had been using the old editor until last Saturday when it suddenly disappeared. I tried pasting my prepared text from Notepad, but the formatting was not retained and all the words ran together. I also tried the Drag & Drop editor, but the same thing happened. I even tried pasting from Word using the button at the top of the screen, but it was still the same. I contacted Aweber about it, but they said the paste from text or word buttons should work, but they don’t. They said they developed the system in response to feedback from marketers, but I think it’s worse if you can’t just copy and paste into the editor. Is there a way of preparing the text in an HTML editor before hand and then pasting the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber?

Yes, many users have reported experiencing problems with pasting prepared text into Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. Some users have mentioned that the formatting is not retained and the words run together, while others have encountered issues with line breaks and spacing between paragraphs. This issue has been acknowledged by Aweber, and their customer support team is looking into the problem. In the meantime, some users have found workarounds such as pasting the text into a different text editor before copying it into Aweber, or using the old editor by adding “/add” to the URL in the browser. It is recommended to contact Aweber’s customer support for further assistance.

Yes, there have been reports of users having problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. Some users have mentioned that when they paste their prepared text from Notepad or Word into the editor, the formatting is not retained and the words run together. Aweber has been contacted about this issue, and they have stated that the paste from text or word buttons should work, but they don’t for some users. One potential workaround that has been suggested is to prepare the text in an HTML editor beforehand and then paste the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber.

Yes, it seems that there are some users experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. The formatting is not retained and the words run together. Some users have tried pasting from Notepad or Word, but the issue persists. Aweber customer support has been contacted, but they have not provided a solution. One possible workaround suggested is to prepare the text in an HTML editor and then paste the HTML source code into Aweber’s HTML source view.

Yes, there have been reports of users experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. Some users have found that when they paste their prepared text from Notepad or Word, the formatting is not retained and the words run together. Aweber has acknowledged this issue and suggests preparing the text in an HTML editor beforehand and then pasting the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber.

Yes, it seems that multiple users are experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. The formatting is not being retained and all the words are running together. Some users have tried pasting from Word using the button at the top of the screen, but the issue persists. Aweber has been contacted about this problem, but they have stated that the paste from text or Word buttons should work, even though they are not working for some users. It may be necessary to prepare the text in an HTML editor beforehand and then paste the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber.

Yes, it appears that several people are experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. When users paste their text from Notepad or Word, the formatting is not retained and the words run together. Aweber customer support has suggested using the paste from text or Word buttons, but users have found that these options do not work either. It is recommended to prepare the text in an HTML editor first and then paste the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber.

Yes, it seems that some users are experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. The formatting is not being retained and the words are running together. Some users have tried pasting from Word using the button at the top of the screen, but the issue persists. Aweber support has mentioned that the paste from text or word buttons should work, but they don’t seem to be resolving the problem. One possible solution that has been suggested is to prepare the text in an HTML editor beforehand and then paste the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber.

Yes, it seems that there are others who are experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. Users have reported that when they paste their prepared text from Notepad or Word, the formatting is not retained and the words run together. They have contacted Aweber about the issue and have been told that the paste from text or word buttons should work, but they are not. Some users have suggested preparing the text in an HTML editor beforehand and then pasting the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber as a possible solution.

Yes, there are reports of users having difficulties with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. The formatting is not being retained and the words are running together. Some users have tried pasting from Notepad or Word, but the issue persists. Aweber support has been contacted, but they have not been able to provide a solution. Some users have suggested preparing the text in an HTML editor beforehand and then pasting the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber as a possible workaround.

Yes, it seems that there are some users experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. The formatting is not being retained and the words are running together. Aweber support has been contacted, but they have not been able to provide a solution so far. Some users have suggested preparing the text in an HTML editor beforehand and then pasting the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber as a possible workaround. It is recommended to reach out to Aweber’s customer support for further assistance with this issue.

Yes, it seems that there are some problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. Users have reported that when they paste their prepared text from notepad or Word into the editor, the formatting is not retained and all the words run together. They have contacted Aweber about the issue and have been told that the paste from text or word buttons should work, but they don’t. However, it is suggested that you can prepare the text in an HTML editor beforehand and then paste the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber.

Yes, it seems that some users are experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. The formatting of the text is not retained when pasted from sources like Notepad or Word. The issue has been reported to Aweber, but their suggested solutions such as using the paste from text or word buttons do not seem to work. One workaround that might work is preparing the text in an HTML editor and then pasting the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber.

Yes, it seems that some users are experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. The formatting of the text is not being retained and the words are running together. The paste from text or word buttons provided by Aweber do not seem to solve the issue. One possible solution suggested is to prepare the text in an HTML editor beforehand and then paste the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber.

Yes, others have reported experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. The formatting of the text is not retained and the words run together. Some users have tried pasting from Word or using the paste from text or word buttons but have not had success. It has been suggested that preparing the text in an HTML editor and then pasting the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber might be a workaround.

Yes, it seems that some users are experiencing problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. The formatting of the text is not being retained and all the words are running together. There have been reports of these issues when pasting from Notepad, Word, or using the paste from text or word buttons in the editor. Aweber suggests preparing the text in an HTML editor beforehand and then pasting the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber.

Yes, some users have reported problems with prepared text not displaying properly in Aweber’s HTML or Drag & Drop email editor. When pasting text from Notepad or Word, the formatting is not retained and the words run together. Aweber’s support team has advised using the paste from text or word buttons, but users are still experiencing the same issue. One workaround suggested is to prepare the text in an HTML editor and then paste the HTML source code into the HTML source view in Aweber.