Easily generate personalized charts for emails

ChartJuice helps you create personalized charts for your emails, reports, or spreadsheets. No developers required.

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Creating personalized charts in email is hard

It’s easy enough to add charts to an email campaign if the chart is the same for every person. Just create the chart in Google Sheets or Canva, download the image, and drop it in your email. But what do you do if the chart needs to be custom to every user, like in:

  • milestone and behavioral emails
  • usage emails
  • automated reports

You could drop the charts entirely, and just use the raw data. But which of these two emails look more exciting and engaging?

Charts and graphs help to make your emails and reports more compelling, and to better communicate important information to your users.

You could try to get time from your development team to add charts to your emails. To generate custom charts they would need to:

  • Write custom HTML, CSS, and Javascript
  • Build a backend that spins up a headless browser
  • Take a screenshot (janky) and output it to an image file
  • Make sure that file is publicly accessible without making any security compromises
  • Repeat that process for every user AND every time the image needs to be updated

That could take a BIG chunk of time (20+ hours), and your development team already has a mile-long list of priorities.

Chances are you already have the user data you need in your email tool. What you need is an easy way to generate a personalized chart for every user without custom development.

You need ChartJuice

ChartJuice makes it super easy to generate dynamic images of charts personalized for every user without developers. Here's how it works:

  1. First, create a template using our intuitive chart designer. Customize everything so that the chart fits your brand styles.
  2. Add an image to your email template using our automatically generated image tag.
  3. Update the URL parameters on the image source to use your data fields.

It’s as easy as setting up a new campaign in your favorite analytics tool!

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