Get a demo of all functionality to learn about Envoke’s approach to email marketing & communications.
Customer support and account setup
Solution focused, quick support and guided account setup
Our support staff is an extension of your communications team. We believe in a win-win relationship and we’re committed to help you along the way from the moment you open a trial account.
Read support articles
Hundreds of articles to
address FAQs and details
of all functionality.
Log into your account and click the blue icon near the bottom right of the screen to start a conversation with support.
Watch how-to videos
Our tutorial videos show you step-by-step how to get the most out of your Envoke account.
Schedule a call
Can't access your account?
If you can’t access your account
send an email to email@example.com.
Free account setup so you can hit the ground running
Customized onboarding is included with every new account at no extra cost to ensure continuity of service when switching from another provider to ours.
We help you create new email templates, forms, import your contact list and assist with list segmentation. If you’re switching from another service we aid with the migration of settings.
Once the account is configured we teach you how to use Envoke via a one-on-one screen share training session. This call is customized to your needs and priorities; the focus is on day-to-day workflows and your priorities to ensure you can get started using your new account immediately after training.
We’ll talk to you. Even after you sign up.
Talk to us whether it’s a support call, product walkthrough, demo, feedback interview or feature request.
At some point you will need technical support and certainly you’ll have lots of questions when you’re starting a new account. You will have feature requests. You may run into some sort of emergency or your IT folks have concerns about something. Your developers want to speak to other developers. Your management team wants to talk about future proofing and long term development plans.
We’re here and we’re listening.
“The objective is not to “buy” or “sell” software. The objective is for the buyer and
seller to collaborate and learn from each other. Discovering a good fit or a bad fit
are equally valuable outcomes for both parties.
Put another way, a software vendor must avoid banging a square peg into a round
hole, just as you want to avoid being the metaphorical round hole receiving a
square peg treatment.”