Although SimpleCert was developed with being able to create thousands of certificates in seconds, you still can create one at a time. You just need to take 2 additional steps that still only take seconds! Simply save your certificate template and manually enter the name and email of the certificate . . . Read more
Each certificate you send via email have a certificate template and email template. Remember to review this email each time you save a project or use merge variables in the email body so that you do not need to update each time. There are 2 ways to review the email . . . Read more
In this video, we show you how to preview your certificates, after importing your data and before saving your project, and make any changes if necessary. It is important to make the merge field large enough to accommodate the imported data (for example a long event title).
Learn how to lock and unlock elements on your certificate template in the build module.
Create your custom certificate and email within the Build Module of your account. Utilize existing templates to customize, or build your certificate completely from scratch with merge and text fields, special fonts, and your own custom images.
Yes, you can. After purchasing an additional Cert Set, you can duplicate an existing one, instead of starting from scratch! Note: This will copy both your certificate template and email template. Simply click on “Open Existing” and click on the icon (2 pieces of paper) in the upper left corner . . . Read more
Please refer to this article to understand a Cert Set. This message appears when you already have a Cert Set and clicked on “Create New” instead of “Open Existing”. If you want to purchase another Cert Set you can. Each additional Cert Set is $29 and is part of your . . . Read more
The Certificate Builder is designed to create your Certificate template only, and not to create individual certificates. This is why you are unable to update the name fields that are on your template. Once you have completed your template, you are then able to import merge field data from the . . . Read more
In general you should always upload background images that are larger or equal to the background image size of the certificate you are creating. Images that are either smaller or larger than the background certificate size are automatically resized to fit the appropriate area, however smaller images that need to . . . Read more
Simply save your design file as a .svg (scalable vector graphic) file, and upload that directly to SimpleCert. Scalable Vector files are generally preferred because of their overall superior quality.