My organization sends a lot of email marketing content to various customers. We advertise a CRM boot camp and we usually will send out a few different emails pertaining to the same offerings, but we use different images and formatting of text. I would like the ability to track the statistics from those emails into Dynamics.4 votesAdminPowerPack Pro (Admin, PowerObjects) responded
Our R&D team has done some preliminary research on A|B testing in MailChimp and how that may work in CRM.
We will make sure to provide any updates on the progress of this research to see if it would be feasible to add to PowerMailChimp
If a mailblast is sent, the it would be useful to be able to define a time period on which those receipients who have not met a criteria (eg. not opened their email) could be remailed from the same (or follow up) blast automatically.
If from the same blast, then the same email template would be used.
If a second blast could be configured at the same time as the initial blast, and then referenced for follow up within that initial blast, then a different 'reminder' template email could be sent from the follow up blast.1 vote
Hi, Thank you for posting an idea!
This is a great idea and we will bring this up to the developers for next steps. We are looking into this further and will let you know if further information is needed.
It would be great or helpful if we could use PowerMailChimp for sending out automatic emails (Birthday for ex). Unfortunately, the answer to this question, is no. PowerMailChimp is designed for bulk emailing, not for sending to individual contacts. PowerMailChimp allows you to send the blast “now” or schedule the blast for later. However, it does not have the ability to trigger a workflow to send out a blast at a specific date, for a specific person. Instead of triggering if we could have an extra feature that would send out event based emails.1 voteAdminPowerPack Pro (Admin, PowerObjects) responded
Thanks for the idea Shraddha! We will continue to monitor your suggestions, please keep them coming.
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