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Add Video Using Mailchimp's HTML Code Block
Add Video Using Mailchimp's HTML Code Block
SImply copy & paste Playable's embed code into the HTML code block
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Written by Anthony Mansour
Updated over a week ago

Check out our Mailchimp Hub on the website for all Mailchimp-related video tutorials, step-by-step guides, insights, and video email samples to help you further.


The NEW Playable Video App is now available in the Mailchimp Marketplace. It is the easiest & quickest way to add a video to your emails. For more details please refer to our Video Tutorial and Step-by-Step Guide.

If you are still using the Mailchimp HTML Code Block to add Playable's HTML Embed Code, here is our video tutorial and a step-by-step guide on how it works:

Video Tutorial

Step-By-Step Guide:

  1. In your Playable account, go to Videos.

  2. Select the video to add to your Mailchimp Email Campaign.

  3. Click on the Embed tab.

  4. Select 'Mailchimp' from the dropdown list and hit the Copy To Clipboard button to grab the Embed Code.

  5. In your Mailchimp account, click on the Create button, next, choose Regular Mail and press the Design Email button.

  6. On this next page, edit all the requested details and click Design Email.

  7. Select a Template that suits your needs. Clicking it will open it for us to start our editing. Now, simply drag and drop a Code Block where you want your video to be featured

  8. Click on "Use your own HTML" and highlight and replace the text in the top right corner with our previously copied Embed code. The video will start playing now.

  9. Save and close the Template. You can now send a test email or send your campaign.

TIP: Any changes made in Playable to the video or link will require you to copy the updated Embed Code which will now have all the changes included.

TIP: Add your video as the last element to the email template as sometimes Mailchimp will stop you from editing the template once the video is embedded.

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