Hello @KimK8871. Thanks for coming into the Community! I believe that you may be asking about a way to track who has clicked the Short URL link to your campaign once you have posted it on your website. Constant Contact does not have a way to track links outside of the campaigns that you send but it's possible that your website may be able to do this. Your web designer should have more information about this and you should reach out to them to see if this is possible on your website.
That is a very good question. It looks like you may have found the answer already, but in case anyone else has a similar query, you will go to the Dashboard of the Event, and click on the tab that says Reporting. There, you can export a Full Report and download it to view the registration information for each registered contact. Here is a screenshot that may help:
Please let us know if you have any further questions, we will be happy to help!
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Updated: September 2017
Suspended is a new bounce category! Previously, if you were sending to an email address that was quarantined it would bounce as non-existent. The suspended category now shows you which email addresses we are preventing you from emailing because it's bounced as non-existent once already in the last 15 days.
If you continue to send to non-existent email addresses it can hurt your sending reputation so you will want to be careful about emailing these addresses over and over.
Updated: September 2017
With our new editor you have the option to turn your PDF to an email with just a few steps.
When you create an Email campaign from an imported PDF:
Once the template is created, you have full control to add more text content and further customize your branding. Keep in mind that sending an image-only email increases the likelihood you'll end up in the spam folder; make sure your Email campaign has a good image-to-text ratio by using headlines and adding text elements from the Build tab.
1. From the Home or Campaigns tab, click Create.
2. Click Email
3. In the top right corner Click "Import PDF to email".
Add a brief description for your PDF. (Optional) Change the name of your PDF.
If you do not have our new editor and are still using 2GE we have options for you as well.
While you cannot insert the PDF file directly into your email, the Library allows you to upload PDF documents that you can link to from within your emails.
To link to a PDF while editing an email in 2GE:
Another option would be to convert the pdf to an image file and insert it as the converted image. This option is viable with both editors.
When uploading a PDF into the Library you have an option to also create a PNG image of the first page of that PDF. The image can then be inserted into your email campaign.
4. Once you put the file in place your cursor over the PDF's thumbnail and click Create an Image.
5. Click Confirm to create the image. The image file is automatically added to the Library and won't be seen on the Upload To Library overlay.
6. Click Upload Files to finish uploading your PDF to the Library.
You can now use that PNG as an image in your email campaigns.
Hello @LisaD5313. Thanks for coming into the Community with your question. You can edit the event invitation and the landing page to remove the area that displays the date. However, the registration page for the class has limited editing capabilities and the date would still display when the student goes to register for the class. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. The end date for an event can extend up to two years from the start of the event.
If you check our documentation for contacts when doing a GET, POST, or PUT you will notice that in the sections for structure they all mention the custom_fields and how they need to be formatted.
Here is what the documentation states.
- custom_fields array You can create up to 15 custom fields for a contact. The API currently only supports the custom field format described here. If the account uses the new contact management system, it is possible to create custom fields with varying formats. The API ignores custom fields not using the format below. label string (50) This read-only field displays the custom_field name entered using the product GUI, the value is displayed only if it matches the custom_field_n (n=1-15) format. name string You must name each custom field custom_field_1, custom_field_2,...custom_field_15. Only custom fields with values are shown in response to a GET call. value string (50) Content of the custom field
I can completely understand the frustration this can cause. Please know this has been changed with our v3 API which is under development and will be released soon. I do not yet have a release date though.
Updated: August 2017
When creating an email in our 2GE, you can add a customizable table into a block to put images and even text side by side. Tables also help space your content evenly for a clean look. You can also check out this FAQ on setting up your images for success.
Click the Edit this block icon to open the block editor.
Place your cursor in each cell and add text, images, or links.
Note: If you need to delete rows or columns, click the gear and place your cursor over the rows section.
Click Save to continue editing the rest of your email.
You can place a caption under those images by:
For 3GE users:
It's easy to work with images in your Email campaign or Coupon landing page using the drag-and-drop feature in our third-generation editor.
After you've uploaded images to your Library, you can insert them into your Email campaign or Coupon.
Note: If you're already working in your Email or Coupon landing page and haven't added images to your Library yet, follow the steps to change an image and you'll be able to upload without leaving the editor.
Tip: All of the build elements (images, buttons, spacers, etc...) can be added into a dual-column layout or used to create a dual-column layout by dropping them next to an existing build element.
Updated: August 2017
Our Event product allows you to create an Event and then you can send out an Email Invitation. In the Invitation you can add links for your website and Facebook.
If you don't want to try out our Event Marketing product Email Plus customers can use the RSVP block in the Build palette to create an event or other happening and allow contacts to respond when they open your email. Their responses will display on the Email details page with all of your other stats about your mailing and the Reporting tab with all of your other emails. You'll be able to download the responses and plan your event accordingly! Any new contacts gathered through the RSVP block will not be automatically added to a list. You can manually add them to a list or click Export Report on the Email details page to create a file, upload into your Contacts and add them to a list. If you prefer, we also have these steps in a video that you can find here. When you're creating your email:
Click the Add-Ons button to display additional block elements.
Now your contacts can respond to your event when they're reading your email.
(Optional) anyone who RSVPs for your event and isn't on your contact list will be presented a form to fill out in order to join. This is especially helpful if you're sharing your email on social media or on your website.
If you don't have Email Plus, you can always add an email link in the email and have people email you to say if they'll make it. To add a link to email you, when you are in a block, click the Link button (on the left in 2GE), select Email as the type of link and insert your email address. This will allow people to email you with their response. You would use this Link button for inserting a link to your website as well. There is also a button for Facebook that you can click to insert a link to your Facebook page.
I hope that helps!
Hello @adfac395. Thank you for coming into the Community! I'm sorry that you are not able to make that particular design change for the coupon block. At this time, the coupon block is limited with what edits can be made to it and we are not able to add in a full-width text block. I can understand how this would be useful especially when you need to add in a disclaimer. The workaround for this would be to add in a new text block below the coupon block where you can then add in the disclaimer text, which I saw that you were able to do. I will submit feedback for you regarding the ability to add in a text block within the coupon block.