Newsletter plugin v3.9.4

We have worked very hard to put out a wonderful new v3.9.4 of the WordPress Newsletter plugin packed with amazing features and many improvements for the ultimate WordPress email and subscriber experience.

Let’s have a look at some of the new features added to this release of the WordPress Newsletter plugin. Before you continue reading, you may look at the detailed release notes for technical information about changes made. Here are the highlights:

New Feature Highlights

Here are some of the many new features added to this release:

New Overview with Statistics Chart

The overview page on the Newsletters menu has been completely overhauled showing a statistics chart with subscribers, bounced emails and emails sent. This screen also gives you useful totals for different records and shows your recent emails from the history/draft emails.

Gravity Forms Integration

Integration has been done into the Gravity Forms plugin so that you can add a subscribe checkbox to multiple Gravity Forms plugin forms on your website and capture subscribers into the WordPress Newsletter plugin. This functionality is available with the Gravity Forms Subscribers extension plugin as listed on the Gravity Forms website as well.

qTranslate Multilingual Custom Fields

As you might know, the WordPress Newsletter plugin already had multilingual capability with the WordPress qTranslate plugin and certain features but we now added full qTranslate support for custom fields so that custom fields can be multilingual and display in the language of the user accordingly. The title, caption, watermark, error message, options, etc of a field can be specific in multiple languages now.

Gravatars for Email Subscribers

A useful little feature so that you can identify your subscribers with a “face” in the admin panel when viewing subscribers, a mailing list or emails in the queue. The plugin now has Gravatar images for the email addresses which display a little thumbnail image attached to each email if it is available. Have fun!

Improved Auto Import WordPress Users

The auto import WordPress users feature in the WordPress Newsletter plugin automatically imports existing and new WordPress users as subscribers. You can now subscribe these users to multiple mailing list(s) as opposed to just one and additionally you can map their WordPress user meta key values to custom fields in the Newsletter plugin.

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Existing Customers

If you already purchased the WordPress Newsletter plugin you can get this latest release from your downloads management section right now. If your download expired, please consider supporting us by renewing your download for access to new releases.

For new installations, please see the instructions in our documentation and for existing installations, you can use the automatic update feature under Newsletters > Configuration > Updates tab of the plugin.

New Customers

If you haven’t purchased the WordPress Newsletter plugin yet, you can buy it directly on our website at a very affordable price. Use the coupon code “2012” (without the quotes) for 10% off your purchase! Installation and setup is quick so you’ll be off in a few minutes!

The WordPress Newsletter plugin is an email plugin for WordPress with which you can capture email subscribers with additional data in custom fields into multiple mailing lists. You can then send out bulk emails using your own content or the content of posts/pages on your WordPress site. There are no limits to lists, subscribers or emails in the plugin so it is yours to use to it’s full potential!

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  1. Helmar Rudolph on November 8, 2012

    Hi Antonie,

    Is the multiple lists option only available via Gravity Forms? I would love to have a subscription form, where customers can check the products they own or the topics they are interested in, and only receive those parts of the obviously accordingly structured newsletter.

    Looking forward to your reply,


    • Antonie Potgieter on November 15, 2012

      Hi Helmar,

      No, you don’t need the Gravity Forms Subscribers extension plugin to have multiple lists. Multiple lists are already included into the Newsletter plugin by default.

      You can create multiple mailing lists under Newsletters > Mailing Lists in the WordPress Newsletter plugin. For each list you can configure it as needed by giving it a title, specifying if it’s private, assign an admin email to it and even make it a paid list as needed.

      You can then use a sidebar widget, post/page shortcode or hardcoding to put a subscribe form on your site and show the multiple lists in a select drop down or checkbox list for the users to choose/select from when they subscribe.

      Let me know if this helps and if you have any other questions.

      All the best,


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