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This is a little ridiculous -- I know that in 7.1 share buttons are not an option (which I think many of us don't understand) but are forward/share buttons also not an option in Campaigns? @kerstinmartin I know you use Campaigns quite a bit, is that accurate? And if so, any ideas on this?

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The newsletter is going to arrive at an inbox. I would suggest you simply put a piece of text nice and clearly in the newsletter suggesting that the person sends it on.

Only if the newsletter opened in a web-browser on a Squarespace managed hosting space would such a piece of functionality be available, or a third-party tool that provides that as a service, but as a technical person I think the hoops people would have to jump through in order to make it work, would cause more friction than just telling people to forward it.

Best way to get people to share your newsletter is to make it so amazingly special that a reader will want to share it with their friends because a) they care about someone else or b) it makes them look good by sharing.

Invest in your newsletter with unique content and value, and this will be the fuel for the encouragement of sharing!



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