Hello @SteveB821 ,
At this time that button cannot be changed. It is linked to your account's default "sign up form" in the legacy landing pages of your account (Sign up Forms tab > Legacy landing pages). I've marked your account as interested in being able to change / remove this tool, so if and when the devs have an update regarding it they'll notify you directly.
That legacy landing page was set up in conjunction with the website for a different film (Praying With My Legs) which is hosted by HostPapa (formerly Lunar Pages). People can click to sign up on the film's website and go to that page But that same landing page is now appearing when you click on "Join Our Mailing List" above a marketing email for a different film (Kaddish) I am working on when that email is posted to Facebook or other social media sites. It also appears when I click on "Email link" on the Campaign page. This creates confusion and chaos. I called CC again just now and am waiting for a call back so this problem can be resolved. There must be a work-around.
The only resolution would be to edit the contents of that form within your account, or use a wholly separate account for the email you're trying to send. There is no other way to change the content of that auto-generated link at this time. Neither general support nor the higher level technical teams are able to affect that link any more than you can.
Thank you. I was guided by Constant Contact on the phone through editing the landing page to make it applicable to more than one project with separate sign-up pages.
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