Add a real newsletter system to your blog. For free. With unlimited newsletters and subscribers.
switching between code view and frontend view is bound to a store. This should be possible with a temporary file. And the change is slow.
What I particularly appreciate about this plug in is it is clearly improving all the time.
My only problem is that for some reason I can't get the "pro features" to update automatically. I'm running a multisite and I only use this plug in on one of the sites which may be the problem. It also clashed for a while with the Avada theme.
A request for the future would be multiple list management and a bit more work on the WYSIWG editor.
Generally a very helpful plug in.
Good: fairly intuitive, like any other plugin, you've got to just get in and play with some live data to figure out how to make it work the way you want it to. you don't have to make all wordpress users newsletter subscribers -- and vice versa.
Tips: definitely add the bounce plugin.
Needs improvement: We are having problems with linking for the user update and cancelation link right now, but it may get cleaned up with the next update. Compiler doesn't always pull the featured image from the post -- some of the html templates are easier to work with than others and there isn't a very large library of templates.
It's fast, simple and efficient, though lacks some basic functionality, i.e., a more advanced visual/HTML editor, fake suscriber/antispam methods, and so on.
I have a wp website with theme pinboard and wanted to publish my events (event manager) as a newsletter. Could not get it work. Was not responsive and images didn't open. Mailchimp was much better.
plugin dosn't work every time :(
hi i downloaded this plugin for my site and its great in all aspects except the creating of the theme which is my only criticism there should be an easier way to create and upload a them to the plugin if this is possible that would be brilliant thank you
This plugin has been really great for me. Even before the 3.4.1 upgrade, I considered this an absolute must, and always tell people about this plugin when they are looking for an e-newsletter solution.
The 3.4.1 upgrade was nice, but I noticed a few bugs. When copying a newsletter, the original recipient count is not retained on the original newsletter that was copied. That's a problem if I want to track how many recipients I had each time.
There's also a ton of functionality that I don't use, which is why I haven't gone with the Pro version yet. Some of the typos are disconcerting, though I understand the creator is not a native English speaker. That isn't an excuse in my book. Ask users to proofread, and I am sure many of us would help.
the interface could use a little uplift. While there is a whole lot of help, its too wordy, please consider using tool tooltips to reduce lots of verbal content.
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