FEATURE REQUEST If I want to prompt recipients to update their email preferences, I can put a clickable custom button in my custom xhtml email. This is great. But... When recipients get that email, they have to...  click that button  sent to a browser  are told they have to click another button to request an email be sent to them with instructions on how to update their preferences  wait for that email  click the button in that email  sent to a browser  update their preferences  continue receiving more targeted emails, rather than unsubscribing In an age where positive consumer behavior depends on the amount of clicks needed to complete an action, this is far too many. Steps 3, 4, 5, and 6 should not exist. They should click my button and go straight to my form to update their preferences. Adding so many steps promotes opting out, rather than updating preferences to better target which emails they receive. It promotes them leaving, not staying. Please, please, please make the process shorter as I've described. When testing emails, the process is how it should be (steps 1, 2, 7). But live emails at launch follow steps 1 - 7. I don't want to risk step 8 because the process is severely antiquated. Thank you. Chris
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I would also love this feature. I see that you have been passing along the feedback for this, BUT this feature request was first proposed 3.5 years ago and we were told you'd pass this along. Do you see this happening in the near future or should we just expect, "we will pass along your feedback"?
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