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Authorization Process With Mailpoet

Note: Mailpoet is only available on the pro version.

To integrate with Mailpoet follow, the below steps.

Process of Authorization and Integration

  1. Search & Select Mailpoet from the actions pages

  2. Before setting up the integration, you must confirm that the MailPoet plugin is activated on your site. Otherwise, the integration will not work.

  3. Now, click on the Authorize button to complete authorization settings.

  4. After completing the authorization process, select the newsletter list that you have created before on MailPoet. By default, the name of the list is Newsletter Mailing List. You can select multiple lists from here.

  1. Then you have to map the form fields with MailPoet fields. By default, the field is Email. Also, you set any field required on MailPoet it will be automatically displayed on your map settings. You can set multiple fields from map field settings.
  1. Now save the integration by clicking the "Finish & Save." Button

  2. We have an option in every integration "Timeline" where you can check integration success or error status.

Note: When you try integrating User Registration(Trigger) with Mailpoet, if you get an error "This subscriber already exists."

When a user creates in WordPress, MailPoet directly creates a Subscriber under the "WordPress Users" list.

Stop this thing; according to mailPoet documentation, they said the "WordPress User" list moved to trash and disabled. Even when we move the list (WordPress User) to trash, it automatically adds the user.