Out of the box, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Marketing’s email and page designers include only web-safe fonts – the ones that no marketer ever has wanted to use:
Here’s how to add custom fonts and make them show up in the drop-down so your users can work with them easily.
TIP: Do this in the Email Template or Marketing Page Template so that when your users use one of those templates to begin designing a new email or page, they’ll automatically have the new font.
STEP 1: Get the embed code for your custom font. I like Google’s Font library – lots to choose from and easy to get the embed code. We need the <link> code below:
Add this <link> code to the head block in your template’s HTML:
STEP TWO: Add the <meta> tag that turns on additional fonts.
The code to add looks like this:
<meta type="xrm/designer/setting" name="additional-fonts" datatype="font" value="<font-list>">
In the value attribute, we just need to list our custom font or fonts, separating them by a semi-colon:
<meta type="xrm/designer/setting" name="additional-fonts" datatype="font" value="Roboto">
Then add this in the head block of your template’s HTML, like this:
That’s it! Now your template will have your custom font available for your users: