Single Mailing List
3rd Party (Commercial)
Current Version: 2.1
Minimum EE Version: 4.0.0
EE Version Support
- ExpressionEngine 3
- ExpressionEngine 4
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This add-on allows you to keep the subscribers lists that are signing for the Newsletter. When the users signup for the newsletter; the data is sent to the Single mailing list database.
Mailing list was removed from EE3, we developed Single Mailing list to meet the same inbuilt Mailing List’s feature for single mailing list only.
Now we have extened this addon and it is now compatible with Mailchimp.
Below I am describing that how we kept the same single mailing list functionality comparing to EE2 version and what we are getting more with this new add-on.
The very basic note of this add-on that we have all the same feature like it was in EE3, apart from it, we have integrated Mailchimp with this too. Mailchimp is largely used third party mailing list now a days.
This add-on allows you to keep the subscriber lists that are signing for the Newsletter.
When the users signup for the newsletter; the data is sent to the Single mailing list database as well as to the Mailchimp listing database.
The very first thing - we need to create a form which will send the email ID to the subscriber list. The same we were doing in the single mailing list of EE earlier versions.
Template Code: -
<input type=“text” name=“email” />
It will send the activation link and after activation, the Email ID will be added to subscribers list and that will be sent to your mailchimp list ID that you will map with the addon in the Mailchimp settings panel.
For sending the contact to mailchimp, you’llll need to provide Mailchimip settings.
You can change the mc:edit but the same mc:edit you’ll need to put in the mailchimip settings of your EE add-on.
So when you’ll create your newsletter template from installed EE add-on then the HTML will be replaced with inner html belong to same mc:edit from created custom template in the mailchimp.
Using this addon, you can send your own HTML to Mailchimp.
For using the template, first you’ll need to create a template group and assign the template group in the Mailchimp settings panel of the add-on.
So, all the templates associated with that template group will start showing in the Newsletter Template group and then you can import any HTML template easily for using it as your newsletter content.
This entry was created August 29, 2017, 7:38 am.
This entry was last updated July 24, 2018, 2:08 pm.
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