Newsletter: Manage Subcribers


1. Add a New Subscriber

Clicking this button will take you to ‘Save a Subscriber’ where you can create a new subscriber. New Subscribers added will show up on this ‘Manage Subscribers’ screen after they are added.

2. Check Bounced Emails

By clicking this button, you can check bounce emails in your mailbox.

3. Check Expired

 Check subscriptions that have been deactivated due to expiration or max emails sent.

4. Bulk Actions

These bulk actions allow you to select multiple subscriber records from the table using the checkboxes and then apply a bulk action on the selected records.

The bulk actions currently available are ‘Delete’ which will permanently remove the selected Subscribers records in the table, ‘Activate’ which will activate all subscriptions of a subscriber, ‘Deactivate’ which will deactivate all subscriptions of a subscriber and ‘Assign Lists..’ which will append mailing list subscriptions and ‘Set Lists…’ which overwrites the mailing list subscriptions of the selected subscribers.

5. Search Subscribers

Quickly search the database for subscribers by typing a word or phrase and then clicking the ‘Search Subscribers’ button.

NOTE: Custom fields are included in the search function so if you want to find subscribers by specific value in a custom field, you can do it with this search feature.

6. Subscriber Row Actions

When you hover a subscriber row, action links will appear below it which are applicable to the row that you are hovering.

The links include ‘Edit’ which allows you to edit the subscriber, ‘Delete’ which will remove the record permanently and ‘View’ which will show you detailed information of the subscriber.

7. Subscriber Date Range

Order subscribers by date subscribed.

Custom Fields Columns

To access this feature, you need to click the ‘Screen Options’ tab/link in the upper, right hand corner.

This will display all your Custom Fields from the Newsletters > Custom Fields section like the image above. You, as the administrator, can now pick and choose which Custom Fields you would like columns for.

You can also choose to display the subscriber Gravatar if you want, the subscriber image will be automatically fetch through the Gravatar API using the e-mail that is assigned to each one of your subscribers. If the user doesn`t have a Gravatar account a default image will be shown.

Once you have selected the one’s you want, click apply to keep your changes. The subscribers table will now show columns for those custom fields.

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