Today, we’re going to talk about creating a simple email marketing platform that uses Thunderbolt.
This is going to be a lot more difficult than building a simple social media platform, so we’re looking for some good old-fashioned manual engineering.
The best part is, this can be done with the free Thunderbolt SDK!
If you’re like us, you’re a bit skeptical when it comes to automation software.
The thing is, Thunderbolt is an incredibly powerful tool, and if you want to build a simple marketing automation system, you need a good idea of what you want it to do.
So, let’s start by making sure we know what we’re talking about.
First, we need to know what Thunderbolt does.
In order to build an email platform that will be able to handle the automation tasks, we’ll need to understand how Thunderbolt handles email.
Thunderbolt offers a simple, yet powerful interface for automating the most common automation tasks.
To start, let me show you a quick demonstration of how Thunderbolts interface works.
If you’ve ever tried to use Google Translate, you know how confusing the interface can be.
Thunderbolt makes the interface a little easier by using a special menu called Menu.
This menu lets you navigate through a number of menu items, one for each automation task you want the platform to handle.
Here’s what it looks like: If you want a simple menu that will let you quickly find all the automation settings, I recommend you check out the Google Translator extension.
This extension has a lot of advanced features, including customizable options, and is free.
It also has a handy built-in search function, which lets you search for a keyword by just typing it into the search bar.
If all else fails, you can also add custom URLs to your automation tasks to help automate certain tasks.
You can do this by clicking the “Add” button on the right side of the menu, and then typing the URL of the automation task in the “URL” field.
If this doesn’t work, try adding a URL that matches your automation task.
For example, you might type in this URL: “get_links.twitter.com/rss” to get a list of all the Twitter links to the tweet you want Thunderbolto be able, in this case, a tweet to the Twitter feed for the tweet.
Let’s look at how we can get started.
We can add a new automation task by clicking on the “New” button in the upper-right corner of the screen.
This opens up a new window, which allows you to add a automation task to your list.
To add a task, click on the icon in the top-left corner, and click “Add New Automation Task.”
This opens a new menu, which contains many options.
The first is “Add Task.”
To add an automation task, simply enter the name of the task and click on “Add”.
You can add as many automation tasks as you want, but it’s a good practice to start with a few tasks, and add more later.
The next option is “Description.”
Here you can enter your description, which will give Thunderbol to your new task.
You also can add any additional information about your task.
In this case we just want to know how to automatically send a link from our Twitter feed to a tweet that we want to automate.
To create a new task, select “Create Task.”
Once you have the task selected, you’ll be presented with a list that lists all the tasks that are available.
You may want to add as much information as possible to your task, so that it can be easily read by Thunderbol.
To do that, you simply drag the tasks into the “Tasks” section of the list.
You’ll see that each task has a number, which is the number of tasks that can be added to it.
You don’t have to enter a value for each task, though, you could have a few different tasks with a single task number.
In the example above, I added three tasks: one for creating a new link, one to send a tweet, and one to generate a new tweet.
If your automation workflow requires you to automate many tasks at once, you may want some extra information for each of those tasks.
Here, I’ve created a task that only has one task number, but only has two tasks, so I can easily add additional tasks to it later.
Next, we can add the automation options to our task.
Select “Add Options.”
Here, you should see a list with a bunch of buttons, which let you add new options.
There are four options here: Show Link: You can set a custom URL for your automation link, or add the URL to your automated link.
This lets you set a URL for Thunderbol that your automated tweet will be sent to, so it won’t be sent