Microsoft Publisher for eNewsletter
February 03, 2020

Microsoft Publisher for eNewsletter

Matthew Smith | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft Publisher

Right now, we use Microsoft Publisher, specifically in one department, which is the safety department. Every month we have meeting minutes recorded from our safety meeting and post the minutes on our website. I use Microsoft Publisher to edit the minutes into an eNewsletter to send out to all employees and make them aware of new safety action items
  • Developing eNewsletters
  • Mass email sending
  • Some of its interface felt a little dated
  • Limited integration from other Microsoft programs
  • Positive because it comes with Microsoft Business Premium
  • Microsoft Publisher is easy to get into cost and time-wise
Microsoft Publisher has a powerful editing program. I would consider it Microsoft word and outlook came together. Microsoft Publisher offers many unique features that aren’t found in either Microsoft Word or Outlook. Being able to automate templates and save email list have made a big difference.
I feel Microsoft Publisher does exactly what it’s name implies, it turns you lists and info is into PDF or other versions. You can develop and email list.

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If you have a large company and want to send flyers or newsletters to all employees or clients, then it’s a great way to bring that to one place. It’s great for news updates. I would avoid trying to use this as a marketing program. Microsoft Publisher is great for making templates.