Newsletter Subscription integrates your store with your favorite newsletter provider to allow subscribing your customers to a newsletter during checkout, in the registration form, or anywhere on your site thanks to a subscription widget.
Additionally, it includes a dashboard widget that displays recent subscriber activity without leaving your store.
- Campaign Monitor
- MailPoet 2 and 3
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Requirements ↑ Back to top
- WooCommerce 3.0 or higher.
- An account of the selected provider.
Installation ↑ Back to top
- Download the .zip file from your WooCommerce.com account.
- Go to: WordPress Admin > Plugins > Add New to upload the file you downloaded.
- Activate the extension.
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Setup and Configuration ↑ Back to top
Once the extension is activated, it’s time to configure it. Go to “WooCommerce > Settings > Newsletter” and select a service provider.
Depending on the selected provider, different credential fields will appear.
If you select MailPoet as the service provider, be sure you have installed the MailPoet plugin in your store.
Enter the credentials and click on “Save changes“. The form will be updated with new fields.
Provider settings ↑ Back to top
The first section of the form is for handling the options related to the selected service provider.
You can see the fields from the previous step here. These fields are disabled, but they are useful to check the entered credentials for the service provider are correct.
The next setting is for selecting the list where the customers will be subscribed during checkout and registration. If the selector is empty, go to the dashboard of your service provider and create a new list.
Besides, you can find the “Double Opt-in” option. This field is only available for MailChimp, and as its name says, it enables or disables the double confirmation to subscribe the customer to your newsletter.
Finally, we have a button to disconnect our service provider and back to the first step.
Note: For security reasons, when you disconnect your service provider, its credentials are removed from the database. The rest of the settings like the selected list keep untouched.
Subscription settings ↑ Back to top
In this section, you can find options that are common to all providers.
The options are the following:
Default checkbox status
Defines the default status for the checkbox used for subscribing the customers to the newsletter. Default Un-checked.
Important: Be careful with your country’s law. For example, marking the field by default is not allowed in the European Union countries.
Subscribe checkbox label
The label used for the checkbox field. If you leave this field empty, the default value will be used. Default: Subscribe to our newsletter.
Subscribe on order statuses
By default, customers will be subscribed to the newsletter immediately after they complete the purchase. Optionally, you can postpone this action until the order reaches a specific status. E.g. Processing or Completed.
Usage ↑ Back to top
In checkout ↑ Back to top
In the checkout form, you will get a checkbox asking the customer to subscribe to your newsletter:
Customers can check the box and when they place the order they will be subscribed.
On register ↑ Back to top
When your customers register into your store is also a great opportunity to ask them to subscribe to your newsletter.
Note: To allow customers registration from the “My Account” page, enable the option “WooCommerce > Settings > Accounts & Privacy > Account creation“.
Widgets ↑ Back to top
The extension includes a new widget called “WooCommerce Subscribe to Newsletter” which can be configured to subscribe the customers to the list of your choosing:
The widget includes some settings to customize the title, message, and fields to display in the frontend form. It also allows you to select a different subscription list from the global setting.
Moreover, you can have multiple subscription widgets in different sidebars to subscribe customers to a different list depending on the page they are viewing.
Note: All widget texts, including labels, placeholders, etc. can be customized updating their translation for the current language. To translate these texts, we recommend you use a translation plugin like Loco Translate.
Dashboard Stats ↑ Back to top
On the WordPress dashboard, admin users will see subscription stats for the newsletter:
Points and Rewards ↑ Back to top
If you are using the extension WooCommerce Points and Rewards, we have goods news for you. Newsletter Subscription is compatible with it. That means you can reward your customer for subscribing to your newsletter. Just go to the section “WooCommerce > Points & Rewards > Settings > Points earned for actions” and set a number of points for the option “Points earned for newsletter signup“.
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