• scrlk

    (@scrlk)


    I really like this pop-up plugin. It’s very lightweight and has a lot less bloat than what you’ll find in many other pop-up tools. It has a full WYSIWYG text editor to specify just about any content you want. You can also set time delays, animations, and specify pages for the pop-up to appear. The cookie settings are a nice touch, allowing you to prevent the pop-up from showing to the same user based on some time delay (ex., 10 days).

    Room for improvement? The team at Brindle has a roadmap with some interesting upcoming features. Here are some things I’d like to see added to the roadmap:

    1. A better way to segregate submissions based on the form. Maybe I have 2 pop-up forms going for different groups of people. It would be great to somehow identify who is who. At the moment, all the submissions look identical and I can’t tell them apart.

    2. A way to set an expiration for a pop-up. Maybe I have a 75% off code from a merchant that is only good for the next 3 days. It would be handy to have an expiration setting. As an added bonus, maybe on the pop-up page, it would show the expiration for each pop-up, and whether it’s expired or not.

    3. A better way to export the submissions. Right now, I have to open each one and copy the details. It can get time-consuming. How about a CSV export option?

    Anyway, that’s my review. I’m excited to see this plugin grow and improve because I think it’s on the right track!

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  • Plugin Author Brindle

    (@mybrindle)

    Thanks so much for the review and feedback! All great input and we’ll most definitely take this into account. Also, a couple replies, tips and tricks to help out on some of the concerns you mentioned:

    1. A better way to segregate submissions based on the form. Maybe I have 2 pop-up forms going for different groups of people. It would be great to somehow identify who is who. At the moment, all the submissions look identical and I can’t tell them apart.
    
    Great point! Currently submissions do include the title of the popup along with the details collected, but a identifiers/sorting on the list view would definitely come in handy, so we'll look into adding this.
    
    2. A way to set an expiration for a pop-up. Maybe I have a 75% off code from a merchant that is only good for the next 3 days. It would be handy to have an expiration setting. As an added bonus, maybe on the pop-up page, it would show the expiration for each pop-up, and whether it’s expired or not.
    
    This will be included in the <a href="https://mybrindle.com/product/best-popup-builder-wordpress/" rel="noopener" target="_blank">pro version</a> very soon :) Having time-based popups (which can be set to disable at a specific time/date) is a great idea and one that's officially on our <a href="https://mybrindle.com/quickpop-roadmap/" rel="noopener" target="_blank">roadmap for QuickPopPRO</a>. 
    
    3. A better way to export the submissions. Right now, I have to open each one and copy the details. It can get time-consuming. How about a CSV export option?

    Also a good idea! While you can export using a 3rd party plugin, we’ll look into adding a dedicated export feature in the very near future.

    Once again thanks so much for the great feedback, it’s very much appreciated!

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