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Welcome email based on signup form

I would like to create two signup forms for the same email list, and the important difference is that I need two different "Welcome emails" and "Thank you" pages, depending on which signup form was used by the user.

 

Is that possible, and how do I do this?

 

Thanks

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Re: Welcome email based on signup form

Hello @HeymoV,

 

Thanks for coming to the Community with these inquiries! I would be happy to assist you.

 

You can create multiple sign-up forms and welcome emails. Check out the following tutorials on how to create them:

 

Web Sign-Up Forms

 

Create a New Welcome Email Campaign

 

The tutorials will also cover how to choose which lists the sign-up forms/welcome emails are assigned to.

 

The only thing I'm a little iffy on is what you mean by "Thank you pages." Are you looking for a landing page to direct them to after receiving the Welcome Email? Or are you referring to a "thank you" confirmation for after they fill out the sign-up form?

 


Nick S.
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Re: Welcome email based on signup form

Hi Nick,

 

Great, thank you for the response.

 

Yes, by "Thank you" page I was talking about a page the user is directed to after filling out the email signup form.

 

Does that make sense?

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Re: Welcome email based on signup form

Hi @HeymoV. Thanks for the clarification. At this time, the sign-up form available through your account does not have an editable "thank you" page where the text can be edited or the contact could be directed to a different page. This is something that we are collecting feedback on and researching to see if this is something we might be able to have in accounts in the future. 


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Community & Social Media Support

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