What is the difference between the internal name and the subject line

Email authentication changes coming in February 2024

There’s a crucial update coming our way in February 2024 from Gmail and Yahoo! regarding email authentication. From this time, both companies have required bulk senders to authenticate their email domains.

This means that starting February 2024, it is mandatory to authenticate your domain in Prowly in order to continue sending emails through our platform.

For detailed instructions on how to authenticate your domain in Prowly, please refer to our Help Center article or reach out to our Customer Support team using chat.

During email creation, you must enter a subject line and an internal name.

The subject line is the actual title of the email that will be seen by its recipients. You can set it in the last step of email creation next to other important data, such as From name, From address, and Preview text.

The internal name is a working name visible only to you and your team inside Prowly, and it is provided mostly for organizational purposes. By default, the internal name is set the same as the subject name, but you can change it to correspond with the actual content of the email or the whole project so it can be found easily in the dashboard. To do so, in the last step of the email creation uncheck the checkbox next to "Use email's subject line as its internal name" and put in your own name below:
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