md-to-react-email is a lightweight utility for converting Markdown into valid React-email templates. This tool simplifies the process of creating responsive and customizable email templates by leveraging the power of React and Markdown.

Note: There is only support for the Official Markdown flavour


Install from your command line.

With yarn

yarn add md-to-react-email

With npm

npm install md-to-react-email



  • camelToKebabCase: converts strings from camelcase [‘thisIsCamelCase’] to kebab case [‘this-is-kebab-case’]
  • parseCssInJsToInlineCss: converts css styles from css-in-js to inline css e.g fontSize: “18px” => font-size: 18px;
  • parseMarkdownToReactEmail: parses markdown to a valid react-email string that can be copied and pasted directly into your codebase
  • parseMarkdownToReactEmailJSX: parses markdown to valid react-email JSX for the client (i.e the browser)


  • ReactEmailMarkdown: a react-email component that takes in markdown input and parses it directly in your code base


  • Directly as React-email component

      import {ReactEmailMarkdown} from "md-to-react-email"
      export default function EmailTemplate() {
      return (
                      <Head />
                      <ReactEmailMarkdown markdown={`# Hello, World!`} />
  • Directly into react-email template

      import {parseMarkdownToReactEmailJSX} from "md-to-react-email"
      const markdown = `# Hello World`
      const parsedReactMail = parseMarkdownToReactEmail(markdown)
      console.log(parsedReactMail) // `<Heading as="h1" style="...valid inline CSS..."></Heading>`
  • For code generation (copy and paste)

      import {parseMarkdownToReactEmail} from "md-to-react-email"
      const markdown = `# Hello World`
      const parsedReactMail = parseMarkdownToReactEmail(markdown)
      console.log(parsedReactMail) // `<Heading as="h1" style={...styles go here...}></Heading>`


md-to-react-email contains pre-defined react-email and html components for the email template structure and styling. You can modify these components to customize the look and feel of your email template.

The following components are available for customization:

  • Headers (h1 – h6)
  • BlockQuotes
  • Text: paragraphs, bold and italic text
  • Links
  • Code: Code blocks and inline code
  • Lists: ul, li
  • Image
  • Line-breaks (br)
  • Horizontal-rule (hr)

Supported Email Clients

The provided React-email components and default styling are designed to work well across various email clients and providers. However, due to the inconsistent support for modern web standards in different email clients, it’s recommended to test your email templates in multiple clients to ensure compatibility.

The following email clients are known to be supported:

  • Gmail
  • Apple Mail
  • Outlook (desktop and web)
  • Yahoo Mail
  • HEY Mail
  • Super Human
Gmail logo Apple Mail Outlook logo Yahoo! Mail logo HEY logo Superhuman logo
Gmail ✔ Apple Mail ✔ Outlook ✔ Yahoo! Mail ✔ HEY ✔ Superhuman ✔


Contributions to md-to-react-email are welcome! If you find a bug, have suggestions for improvements, or want to add new features, feel free to open an issue or submit a pull request. Please make sure to follow the existing coding style and conventions.

When submitting a pull request, provide a clear description of the changes made and ensure that all tests pass. Adding appropriate tests for new features or bug fixes is highly appreciated.



md-to-react-email is licensed under the MIT License.


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