Transactional Email is the short message that is sent by the system as a response to customer’s activities on your site while a default template for the body content is supported and associated with the header and footer template for a completed email. Especially, because the format of the content is HTML and CSS, it is flexible to customize the email template for magento 2 store how to fit with each website or each store view. It is easty to customize by inserting variables and saving it in the backend, your custom email template will be available to use. To make sure it send to custombers’ inbox, you should enable SMTP.
The email template contains your logo and store information, so there is nothing more for you to edit or design. Follow this tutorial, you can get the guides in details to edit email templates or create a new one. Moreover, to ensure that your customization is right as you expect, you should tap Preview link to check before sending them to the customers.
As mentioned above, the email is divided into three elements: Header, Body, and Footer.
Therefore, to customize a transactional email template, let scroll down the topic:
Marketing > Communications > Email Templates.
Add New Template,
Load Template, the corresponding format will appear.
Template Subjectfor the organization of the templates. The list of templates can be sorted and filtered by the Subject column.
Insert Variableto insert a variable in the
With the inserted variable, you can custom it directly into the template.
Preview Templateto adjust if needed.
Save Templateto complete.
Each completed new template is auto-updated in the list of available Email templates.
Footer/ Header Template
Store > Configurations > General > Design, open
Save Configto complete.
Store > Configuration > Customers > Customer Configuration
Based on where the template is placed to open the relevant option, for example, the template belongs to
Create New Account Options:
Save Configto complete
It comes to the end of the tutorial: How to customize Email Template, Transactional Email in Magento 2.
Posted by Sam Thomas in Sales Documents. May 19, 2018