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Add Google and fallback fonts in the Drag & Drop Editor

In this article, we will explain how to use Google fonts in your email. These fonts are available within the editor in addition to the standard web safe fonts such as Arial, Verdana, Georgia.

Before you start

  • The following email clients support Google fonts:
    • Apple Mail
    • iOS Mail
    • Google Android
    • Samsung Mail (Android 8.0)
    • Outlook for Mac
    • Outlook App
    💡 Good to know
    All imported Google fonts may not be supported by all browsers or systems. In that case, a fallback font can be used.      
  • You can set up your Brand Library so that every new template you select will inherit your brand properties, such as logo, colors, fonts, and social media links. In addition to saving you time, Brand Library allows you to maintain consistent email branding. To learn more, check our dedicated article Automatically design your emails with your brand's assets using the Brand Library.

How to add Google fonts in your email?

You can add Google fonts from the Design tab but also fallback fonts in case your recipients cannot see the font you have chosen first. Please note that at the moment you can only add Google fonts to the Drag & Drop Editor.

  1. Go to Design > Text Appearance.
  2. In one of the drop-down menus (paragraph or headings), click + Manage fonts.
  3. Select the Google font you want to use from the existing list, or enter the Google font name to search for it in the Google fonts library and select it.
  4. From the Fallback for all web fonts section, select the fallback fonts you would like to use for headings and other texts in case your recipients' email client does not support the Google fonts you chose earlier.
  5. Click Add selected fonts.

You can now use the new selected font(s) from your font list and apply it to any text in your email.

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