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  1. I’d like to try WPFprms lite but comes up with this page not found when I enter the WordPress website in the box. Any idea what I’m doing wrong please?

    1. Hi Morag! I apologize, but I’m not sure I understood the issue that you’re facing.

      Could you please reach out and contact us with more details about the issue that you’re experiencing?


  2. Hello,

    I need to know if your MailChimp Addon will meet my specific requirements:

    My newsletter subscription form will allow subscribers to select multiple newsletters (up to 4). The form will look something like this:

    Name: _____________________ Email: __________________________

    Newsletter Type: ____ HTML _____ Text (Radio button)

    Newsletter Subscriptions

    ____ No ____ Yes Community Events Newsletter
    ____ No ____ Yes Town Board Minutes Newsletter
    ____ No ____ Yes Recreation Newsletter
    ____ No ____ Yes Emergency Alerts Newsletter


    So, since a subscriber can choose up to FOUR different newsletters to subscribe to on one form, will your MailChimp Addon collect the information necessary, and pass that information to MailChimp in a format that will allow MailChimp to send out multiple emails (with attached PDF newsletter files, or at least links to those PDF newsletters)?

    Also, will the HTML/Text option selection be passed to MailChimp?

    If so, will MailChimp be able to automatically distinguish which subscribers receive the HTML version of the email vs. the Text version of the email?

    Hoping this can all be automated using your MailChimp Addon and MailChimp.

    Thank you.

    1. Hi Larry,

      Conditional logic allows you to set rules for events based on users’ selections or input in their form entries. For example, you could use conditional logic to allow users to choose if they’d like to join your mailing list or which Groups they’d like to be in.

      Unfortunately, the HTML Fields cannot be sent to the MailChimp account from WPForms as HTML Field is not a input field.

      Also, we do not have an inbuilt feature to distinguish between the HTML version vs Plain Text email.

      In case it helps, here is a complete guide on the MailChimp addon.

      Hope this helps! 🙂

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