I just had to go through multiple rounds of support messages to find a way to let my subscribers unsubscribe from one list while staying subscribed to another. I eventually found my answer in the "Update Profile Form," but the option seems to have been shoved in a corner and forgotten about, which is crazy since this is a really basic feature of any mailing list. The page is hidden behind a "Legacy landing pages" option. What's legacy about it, when it's the default button that people see? To my knowledge (and if my knowledge is wrong, that's another issue because I've tried to find out), it can't be replaced with a non-legacy landing page. The visuals are awful and there's very little customization available. The edit page allows line breaks, but they don't appear in the published page. Please allow basic formatting (line breaks, bold/italics, bullet points, links), and preferably things like font choice, button color, and a set width container for the page content. It's not cross-browser editable. On Firefox, clicking Edit from the Legacy Landing Pages page does absolutely nothing. The "Preview Form" button on the edit page doesn't reflect what users actually see when they click the Update Profile button in an email. The "Select only the interests for which you DO want to receive occasional emails." line, for example, doesn't show up in the preview. The default state of the form is nigh useless. There are no inputs for contact info, and even the legal text at the bottom said "By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: ." without including my company name. Especially given how dire the default state is, Constant Contact should really prompt users to update it if they never have.
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