WooCommerce MailChimp

WooCommerce MailChimp provides simple and flexible MailChimp integration for WooCommerce.

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  • Developer
    Saint Systems
  • Last Updated
    September 2016
  • Rating
    5
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    3

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WooCommerce MailChimp provides simple and flexible MailChimp integration for WooCommerce.

Automatically subscribe customers to a designated MailChimp list and, optionally, MailChimp interest groups upon order creation or order completion. This can be done silently or based on the user's consent with several opt-in settings that support international opt-in laws.

Features

WooCommerce Event Selection

  • Subscribe customers to MailChimp after order creation
  • Subscribe customers to MailChimp after order processing
  • Subscribe customers to MailChimp after order completion

Works with MailChimp Interest Groups

  • Set one or more interest groups to add users to based on the selected MailChimp list.

Opt-In Settings

  • MailChimp double opt-in support (control whether a double opt-in email is sent to the customer)
  • Optionally, display an opt-in checkbox on the checkout page (this is required in some countries)
  • Control the label displayed next to the opt-in checkbox
  • Control whether or not the opt-in checkbox is checked or unchecked by default
  • Control the placement of the opt-in checkbox on the checkout page

Installation

  1. Upload or extract the 'woocommerce-MailChimp' folder to your site's '/wp-content/plugins/' directory. You can also use the Add new option found in the Plugins menu in WordPress.
  2. Enable the plugin from the Plugins menu in WordPress.

Usage

Go to WooCommerce > Settings > MailChimp First, paste your MailChimp API Key to get started. Select whether you want customers to be subscribed to your MailChimp list after order creation, order processing or order completion (there's a difference in WooCommerce). Next, select your MailChimp list and select any interest groups (optional). Select your opt-in, double opt-in settings and hit Save changes. That's it, your WooCommerce store is now integrated with MailChimp!

WooCommerce MailChimp Pro

http://www.saintsystems.com/products/woocommerce-mailchimp-pro/


Additional Information & Help

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Reviews

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    Eve

    6/26/2017

    Works fine, but I have one issue - there's no Polish Zloty on the list of currencies in the Store Settings.

    Ben

    1/04/2017

    I keep gettting Error. Please check your api key. - but its right

      Adam Anderly

      1/17/2017

      Please see our help center (https://support.saintsystems.com/hc/en-us/sections/201959566) or contact us here (https://www.saintsystems.com/contact/) for support. Please include the api key in question or a test api key so we can try and reproduce the issue.

    Shane

    8/31/2016

    Hey Guys, Pro says it was supposed to be release in Q2 2016...what's the update?

      Adam Anderly

      9/16/2016

      @Shane,

      Today we released WooCommerce MailChimp 2.0 which laid the foundation for finishing the pro version. Our new estimate is Q4. We're shooting for the early side of that before the holidays.

      Cheers!

      Adam from Saint Systems

    Laura

    5/04/2016

    Hello, I'm not getting the emails added to my list :( Can you help?

    Florence

    4/07/2016

    Q1 2016? So when exactly is this launching?

    Paul

    10/07/2015

    Hey,

    I'm wanting to send all my Woocommerce transactional emails (plus New account and password comms) through Mailchimp. Seems easier than hand coding my HTML emails to try and work on all browsers... Nightmare!

    Other than using Mandrill, can I use MC to take over this functionality?

    Thanks

    Paul

    Walker

    7/27/2015

    Like the plug in very much, but waiting on the pro-version so that individual product purchases can be mapped to unique list or group in mailchimp...

    Timeline on pro-version release????

    thx

    W

    Glenn

    2/22/2015

    Why is there 2 fields for Group? Group Name and Groups? The documentation does not describe anywhere how to fill these fields in.....There are no fields within mailchimp titled "Group Name"

      Adam Anderly

      4/02/2015

      Glenn,

      Sorry for the confusion.

      The first field (Group Name) is for the Interest Group name and the second field (Groups) is for the child groups.

      Using this MailChimp post on Interest Groups as an example (http://blog.mailchimp.com/sending-targeted-emails-with-interest-groups/).

      Interest Group: "Favorite Foods" Groups: - I Like All Foods - Pizza - Hamburgers - Meatloaf - Vegan - Vegetarian

      If I wanted to add all customers who make a purchase from my WooCommerce store to the "Favorite Foods > I Like All Foods" interest group, I would put "Favorite Foods" in the Group Name field and "I Like All Foods" in the Groups field.

      We're currently working on the next version of the plugin, which will make this much clearer and simply allow for group selection from a drop-down.

      Please let us know if you have any other questions.

      Regards,

      Adam Anderly Saint Systems