Add Custom Subscriber Limit Setting To Individual Licence Keys.
I have a AppSumo Lifetime plan. I would like to have the ability to set subscriber limits for each domain/key. Having this feature would give marketing agencies the ability to limit the amount of subscribers for a given client website.
Ability to create coupon codes tied to subscribers email address
99% of all sign up forms on ecommerce offer 10% off for subscribing. This is not possible in mailpoet, seems a big omission. There is PLENTY of example code around to implement this fairly easily.
Better handling of unconfirmed users
Right now an unconfirmed account is counted towards the payment quota. The big problem is: Once a user enters as "unconfirmed" and does not confirm via the ONLY email he gets, he will stay unconfirmed forever. What's worse: Apparently he cannot even resubscribe (it says "Subscription Error: This subscriber already exists") - so, the user has no chance to ever get his account confirmed, if he misses that single confirmation mail. I'd love to see some changes in handling unconfirmed accounts, e.g. 1. Allow us to automatically resend the confirmation mail 2-3 times (e.g. after 12 hours and 24 hours) 2. Add an option to "Delete unconfirmed accounts after x days" 3. When an unconfirmed account tries to re-subscribe, please start the confirmation queue again instead of telling the user that his account already exists
Use separate email address for subscription confirmations
A popular bot tactic is to sign up for newsletters, then collect the email used in the subscription confirmation email. I don't mind if my actual subscribers are able to email me directly, but I do not want bots to collect my email address, so it would be great if I could use a no-reply email address for these emails.
Better segmentation options
Segmentation options are rather limited right now. Even a simple set of "I'm interested in" options for subscribers isn't possible. This could be significantly improved in two ways: 1. add the option to segment based on wp_usermeta fields. This would allow me to gather subscriber information by many other methods (Gravity Forms, Buddy Press, etc), and then create email segments based on that. 2. add a PHP API which would allow me to define my own segments by any criteria I want. While this would require a developer to take advantage of, it might make it easier for creating new segmentation options in MailPoet itself, so possibly worthwhile for both third party and your own developers :-)
Customer products in Abandoned Cart emails
Can you please add the feature to include the customer's cart products in the abandoned cart emails? Thank you.
Visual flow automatization
Will be nice to have a visual area where we can organize the "FLOW" of the automate email like Getresponse does or similar. So you can have a bigger picture and organize advanced flow for emails
Log Transactional Emails
Currently MailPoet does not log the transactional emails, so website owners don't know which emails are getting through, opened, clicked, bounced, etc. Logging ALL emails will give a lot more info and control to website owners, as the website owner will be able to make necessary changes to keep their list/emails in good standing.
Statistics per subscriber
We want to add detailed statistics per subscriber. You will be able to see for each subscriber, which email they opened and which links they clicked!
Send "Final Warning" Email before Removing "Inactive" Subscriber
With email tracker blocking becoming the new ad blocker - meaning many people block tracking pixels in emails (including myself and about a dozen of my closest colleagues), it would be great to send a "Final Warning" email to an "inactive" subscriber before they are removed. For example, I read nearly every email newsletter I subscribe to. For many, however, the entire content in within the email, so I can go many months before ever clicking a link in emails from some of the websites I subscribe to. I'm noticing a trend of websites sending an email with something to the effect of - "You haven't opened or clicked one of our emails for nearly 6 months. Please click THIS LINK to let us know you still want to receive our emails. If you don't click within the next 7 days, your subscription will be deleted from our system." Obviously, using relevant wording based on the Mailpoet "Stop sending to inactive subscribers" setting (screenshot - https://i.imgur.com/lcKtJM6.png) Email tracking blockers are becoming more and more prevalent. I think this simple addition now will help nearly ALL Mailpoet users a lot in the near future - and benefit a large amount now.