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  1. Hi
    It is great to have a sign up form like that described above but you have not covered how a person can cancel their signup. Even if it is via Mail Chimp it is a very important part of the setup and it would be helpful to have some comment here.

    1. Hi Rob,

      Thanks so much for your feedback! I’ll go ahead and forward your comments to our team so they can take a look at the post and make any updates as necessary. We really appreciate any insight our customers can provide! 🙂

    1. Hi Mukesh,

      We don’t have a way of blocking spam keywords specifically but we do have some options for general spam prevention.

      We have a built in anti-spam honeypot which is enabled by default and we offer two additional forms of spam protection: a custom captcha and Google’s reCAPTCHA.

      I hope this helps!

  2. Hi!

    We want to use the double opt-in option in WPForms, but it doesn’t work. We don’t get an email to confirm the sign-up registration. How should we arrange this? (Note: the API to Mailchimp should communicate that someone ‘passed’ the double opt-in. Is this possible?)

    Hope you can help!

    1. Hi Suzan!
      Yes, you can absolutely have the double opt-in option in your form integrated with the MailChimp.
      IF you have enabled and set up your MailChimp integration, you should have the ability to enable Double Opt-in option under the Form settings > Marketing.
      I hope this helps.
      Have a good one! 🙂

      1. Hi Anatolii, unfortunately, this doesn’t solve the problem… We used the double opt-in option under form settings >> marketing. But how should this work? I don’t receive an email to confirm, and the lead isn’t send to mailchimp.. ?

  3. Hello! Thanks for the post. Would you happen to know how I would be able to create a sign up button for my audience – then send them a free budget planner in their email?

    I have been reading multiple blog posts and I am still confused on how to move forward. I bought the package to Mailchimp on WordPress because it said I couldn’t create more than one form. I am in between Mailchimp and Mailchimp on WordPress. Could you be of any help?

    Thank you so much!

    1. Hi Michelle!
      The easiest way to send an email back to the user in exchange for their subscription is to set up a Notification email. And in case it helps, we have a great tutorial on how to do this.
      At the same time, you can send the user contact information to your MailChimp list, and this is described in this article on this page (the one you are on right now).
      I hope this helps. But let me know if I missing something from your question.
      Have a good one 🙂

  4. This article fails to mention that this requires a paid subscription, correct? We cannot integrate our WPForm with Mailchimp Marketing for free.

    1. Hey Nate – This tutorial explains the usage of our MailChimp addon which is a paid feature so yes you will need a paid license of WPForms with our Mailchimp addon to use this option. You will also need a Mailchimp account(Mailchimp is free up to some users in your list and might charge depending on your usage, I would suggest contacting their support for more details on that).

      I hope this info helps!

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