The QuickSelect function allows you to choose your own color, size, and font for your new email. You can choose between 16 different colors for your new email, but you can only choose from a limited set of fonts. I like doing this because I know that my messages will be fresh, clean, and beautiful, and these are the types of thoughts I want my subscribers to have.

It’s important to note that the font you choose in QuickSelect is the same font that will be used on your home page. So if you have a dark gray background on your homepage, you’ll want to set your font to black. Don’t forget to include your logo and contact information.

It’s easy to use quickselect to send out a bunch of emails and then forget what you used that time. You can always change your font in the options. As an added bonus, you can save multiple addresses at once, which is especially helpful for using email in a group.

If you use QuickSelect, and you have your website ready, you can set your font in the settings so that it will be used on your homepage.

QuickSelect is not as new as I made it sound. As of version 2.2 it’s been free for a long time, so there is no way to find out how old it is. I think I used it for the first time a few weeks ago, and I have to admit it did take me a while to figure it out, but it works.

It is a feature that lets you set fonts in settings, and you can set it to be only used on your homepage.

I can’t say that I have ever used it, but I’d definitely recommend testing it out first. You can find it at the bottom of your homepage when you go to Appearance > Website.

You can also use it to create an autofill field. The first time you save a site, the feature will create a field called “Autofill”, that you can use to fill in text on your pages.

I can’t tell you how much I love this feature. It’ll always be a good idea to check it out. It’s available in my settings page, and then you can create an autofill field in your pages.

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