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Sent eMail List

KathyW97
Occasional Participant

Sent eMail List

I am creating a Communication Digest page on our word press website that is a collection of RSS feeds from our social media and websites posts.  I would like to include our recently sent emails on this page.  What is the best approach to bring a list of our recently sent constant contact emails into this word press page?

 

Thanks

Steve Putman

 

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William_D
Moderator

Hello @KathyW97 ,

 

Every campaign you publish / send has its own unique URL that can be copy-pasted anywhere you need it. We do also have a widget called the Archive tool available for Email Plus, which can make it so your most recent email campaigns are automatically posted to your website once sent out.

 

Here's some additional info on the Archive tool if you'd like to utilize it:

Adding/Removing Emails From the Archive

Applying Styles and Formatting to the Archive


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KathyW97
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Aha, I have been able to make this work.  Thank You!

 

Now for a follow up: the sequence in the list on my website is oldest to newest.  If I change my Constant Contact archive to be newest to oldest will that sequence be passed through the widget code to my website?

Hi @KathyW97. The archive displays emails on a webpage with the oldest archived email at the bottom and the most recent archived email appearing first. At this time, there is not a way to change the order unless the email is copied, resent and then readded to the archive. This article outlines a similar process but you do not need to update the subject line unless you choose to. 


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