With Curate, you can easily create newsletters to send to your subscribers from your mobile device. You can add your own text and images, or content from a website. You can also share podcast episodes in your newsletter. When you share a podcast, the audio will be embedded in your newsletter and will be playable from different email clients.
In this article, we will walk through the steps to share a podcast episode from the Apple Podcasts app into your Curate Newsletter.
Note: This functionality is currently only supported on iOS devices.
Step By Step Instructions
- First, launch the Apple Podcasts app and select the podcast episode that you would like to share.
- On the episode overview page, tap the "More Options" icon.
- Then tap "Share Episodes" from the options available.
- Select Curate from the "Sharing" options. The podcast episode will then be added to your newsletter.
- Next, launch the Curate app. You will see the podcast episode that you just shared in your "Current Newsletter". The curated block may include the title of the episode, an image, the source (in this case, Apple Podcasts), and a description of the episode. You can edit the curated block by tapping the pencil icon.
- Once you're satisfied with the look of your curated block, you can preview the message to view and test the audio player. To do so, tap the send icon.
- Then, tap "Preview".
- On the "Preview" page, you will see the curated block that you created. You will now also be able to view the audio player. The audio player will be above the title of the curated block. You can tap the play button to list to the podcast episode.
And that's it! Congratulations, you have successfully shared a podcast from Apple Podcasts to your curated newsletter!
Will the audio player display across all platforms?
Not all devices and mobile email apps currently support HTML5 content like audio players. Although most popular email clients, like Apple Mail, will display the audio player, some other platforms, like the iOS Gmail app, will not. Apps that do not support HTML5 content will display a fallback image. The clients that support HTML5 content and will display the audio player are listed in the table below:
|Native Apps on iOS 10+ Devices|
|Native Apps on Samsung Galaxy Devices|