I've asked this question twice on the Wordpress forum with no reply. So thought I'd see if someone here can help me.
Right now when I create a new post on my Wordpress site, my email subscribers get the entire post within the email. I'd rather have a link to the site with a feature image and summary of what the post is about . . . or the first few sentences if I can't do a summary. Does anyone know how to do this? Do I have to create the email myself each time and send it out myself, or is there a way to make this an automatic thing that just happens magically.
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