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How to (Finally) Get Your Team Using Litmus: Webinar Recording + Q&A


Finding the time and effort to train your team on a new process is challenging. Discover how we’ve made Litmus a part of our process and get actionable strategies to take back to your team so they can be up and running in no time.

In this Leveraging Litmus session, we talked through how to get your team involved at various points in the process using a variety of tools and strategies.

Didn’t have a chance to watch the webinar live? Don’t worry. You can access the full recording and read the Q&A below.


A big thank you to everyone who chimed in during the webinar with a question! Here’s a recap of our answers to the most popular questions. Have any additional questions? Please leave them in the comments.

What options do I have for user permissions and security?

Just this past month, we released two new user roles to increase flexibility and give access to more folks involved in the email process. There are 7 different user roles for Enterprise level accounts and 4 for Plus accounts. Learn more about what each role can do in our help article.

How can I use Litmus with my project management software?

It’s super easy to use Litmus in your existing project management software. We work with customers who use everything from Asana to Wrike and leverage Litmus along the way. The easiest and simplest way to add Litmus to your project management software is to add in tasks to create a tracking code or run a Checklist, then link directly to those folders or Checklists right in the task. You can also generate public sharing links so even those without Litmus access can see your work.

My team uses Responsys… Does that work with Litmus?

Yes! You can use the Litmus Extension to test emails in Responsys and just about any code editor.

Lyla Rozelle

Lyla Rozelle

Lyla Rozelle was a Senior Customer Marketing Manager at Litmus