Send with Autopilot

How to maximize your deliverability thanks to Mailmeteor's Autopilot

Autopilot offers advanced options to maximize your campaign's deliverability, including throttling, selective sending, and daily email caps.

This feature is especially helpful for power users, such as growth marketers or sales reps, looking for a solution to increase their open and click-through rates.

Autopilot is a Premium feature.

To send emails on Autopilot, upgrade to one of our paid plans or apply to our Education Program.

What can you achieve thanks to Autopilot?

The Autopilot interface lets you define:

  • On which days of the week you want to send emails (e.g. Monday to Friday)

  • On which hours of the day your emails should be sent (e.g. 9 AM to 5 PM)

  • How many emails you can send per day (e.g. 300 emails/day)

  • The interval of time between each email (e.g. Send one email every 60 seconds)

  • When to start sending the emails (e.g. Right now)

You can customize each setting to achieve your email marketing goals. With optimal settings, your messages will have a better chance of reaching your recipients' inboxes.

When you change a setting, Mailmeteor gives you an estimate of how long it will take to send all your emails (e.g. "about 2 days" in the screenshot above).

Where can you find the Autopilot settings?

From the Mailmeteor extension for Google Sheets, you can quickly define Autopilot settings at when doing a mail merge. Here's how to do it:

1. To open Mailmeteor in Google Sheets, click on Extensions > Mailmeteor > Open Mailmeteor.

2. Next to Send emails, click the small caret symbol ("▼") and select Autopilot.

What are the limits of Autopilot?

Autopilot is a powerful tool. But it comes with a couple of limitations:

  • The maximum delay to send your emails is 120 days.

  • You can only add up to 10,000 contacts in your Autopilot campaign.

Why is it important to focus on deliverability?

Whenever you send an email campaign with Mailmeteor, there are several factors to consider to make sure that your emails will be well-delivered to the inbox of your recipients.

Some of these factors are in the hands of Mailmeteor, some are in your hands, and some are in the hands of the email service providers (ESPs), such as Gmail, Yahoo, or Outlook.

Autopilot gives you more control over your deliverability rate. By defining exactly when and how your emails should be sent, you can 10x your email deliverability.

Want to learn more about email deliverability? Check our 10 tips to level up your Gmail deliverability and get the most out of your email marketing efforts.

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