A Single Send is a one-time nonautomated email message delivered to a list or segment of your audience. A Single Send may be sent immediately or scheduled for future delivery.
Single Sends can serve many use cases, including promotional offers, engagement campaigns, newsletters, announcements, legal notices, or policy updates.
The Single Sends API allows you to create, retrieve, update, delete, schedule, and deliver your Single Sends. There are also endpoints for searching and statistics to help you maintain and alter your Single Sends as you learn more and further develop your campaigns.
The Single Sends API changed on May 6, 2020. Please check the SendGrid Knowledge Center for updates and instructions here: https://sendgrid.com/docs/for-developers/sending-email/single-sends-2020-update/
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This endpoint allows you to retrieve all your Single Sends.
Returns all of your Single Sends with condensed details about each, including the Single Sends' IDs. For more details about an individual Single Send, pass the Single Send's ID to the
- API Key
number of results to returndefault: None
token corresponding to a specific page of results, as provided by metadatadefault: None
name of the Single SendmaxLength: 100minLength: 1
What differs between the A/B testsAllowed Values: subject, content
How the winner will be decidedAllowed Values: open, click, manual
What percentage of your recipient will be included in your A/B testing
How long the A/B Testing will last
Winner of the A/B Test
When the winner was selected
Last day to select an A/B Test Winner
current status of the Single SendAllowed Values: draft, scheduled, triggered
categories to associate with this Single SendmaxItems: 10uniqueItems: True
The ISO 8601 time at which to send the Single Send. This must be in future or the string "now". Emails can be scheduled up to 72 hours in advance. However, this scheduling constraint does not apply to campaigns sent via Marketing Campaigns.format: date-time
true if the Single Send's AB Test functionality has been toggled on
the ISO 8601 time at which the Single Send was last updatedformat: date-time
the ISO 8601 time at which the Single Send was createdformat: date-time