Ability to copy whole newsletter into an automation, and vice versa.
Right now I have to copy over each element, instead of just save the whole thing for the other purpose. Often there are reasons to send an email as a newsletter and then again later as an automation, and vice versa. I wish it was easier to do so. Thank you
Name emails separate from Subject line of email
We need to be able to display emails by a descriptive name that suits the purposes of a marketer, not by the subject line of the email, as it currently exists. It's impossible to keep track of sent emails if I can't use internal language, numbering, coding, etc. The subject line is for the RECIPIENT, but the name of the email should be for the MARKETER. Two separate things.
Allow saving templates in Automations
Hi, it's a bit frustrating that there are less options in Automations to save email layouts or to pick a layout from an email in automations. It would really help when designing new automations.
Option to send confirmation e-mail for imported list and auto-triggering welcome emails for imported list
Option to send a confirmation e-mail automatically (or trigger welcome emails already set up) when new e-mails are imported or manually added to a list. Having to ask them to resubscribe from scratch almost immediately after they already opted in (or potentially double opted-in) from a program MailPoet isn't integrated with just because we can't send a confirmation email is very much not ideal. Having to use the current workaround (import them into a list and send a newsletter manually before then manually moving them to the original list we want them on) is an incredibly time-consuming task that has to be repeated constantly as new subscribers sign up for the list with whatever program you're using that MailPoet doesn't integrate with (e.g. kingsumo, bookfunnel).
Remember checkbox value on user registration form
I use the possibility to add a checkbox for newsletter registration on the user registration form. This checkbox is empty per default, which is okay. But: once the user has checked this option and the page has to be reloaded (due to an error in another field) his choice should be remembered. Unfortunately it is not and the checkbox is empty again! So users who intended to subscribe and do not notice that the newletter option is unchecked again will get lost. Could you please check the appropriate POST value after the page is reloaded and set the checkbox option accordingly.
Create an automation that allows a different welcome email to current subscribers
If an existing subscriber fills out a subscription form on the site while already being in "Subscribed" status, be able to automate to send an email with different welcome verbiage to let them know they were already subscribed.
Add the ability to initiate email messages and add/remove contacts from lists based on subscriber actions.
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Ability to control stripped HTML tags in articles block
To have some control over which HTML tags aren't stripped when using the articles blocks to insert posts in the email. For instance, when the post title already includes a "b" or "strong" tag, I'd like to keep those for readability and styling purposes. It would be great to have an option for this in Mailpoet’s settings: Even if it’s just some checkboxes or dropdown with some safe HTML tags we could pick to the add to the HTML stripping exclusions or even a simple input to type in the tags exclusions separated by commas. Some extra context on this matter: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/allowedtitlehtml-to-include-and-s/
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. Allow us to automatically resend the confirmation mail 2-3 times (e.g. after 12 hours and 24 hours) Add an option to "Delete unconfirmed accounts after x days" When an unconfirmed account tries to re-subscribe, please start the confirmation queue again instead of telling the user that his account already exists