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Is it possible to add more properties for a subscriber? f.i. a couple of customers have a CSV list with: Firstname, Lastname, Age, Interest in productgroup, etc.
I want to use these fields in the mailings and store them with the subscribers. I saw the video and information about Render Tasks, but I don't think it does exactly what I mean.
It would be great to have some sort of way to add extra properties to the subscriber list which you then can use in the newsletters.
Is something possible, or is this maybe planned for a next release?btw, this is a really usefull app, used it this week for the first real mailing (20k users), worked flawlessly!
Hi Rody!Thank you very much your using Newsletter Studio!At the moment there is no built in way of doing this and we don't plan to implement something like this in the near future, but we will add in on our request list and make sure to concider it for futher releases. As you say, you can use RenderTasks to go and grab special values from other sources, ie. an external database or what ever, and merge them into the content of the newsletter. This could have som perfomance impact depending on your situation but I don't think that it will be any problems.When it comes to filtering subscribers based on properties there is no way to do that except using different Subscriptions. But we are planing on a new feature where you can implement you own "SubscribersProvider" so that you can hook in to other plugins, external sources and so on.
First of all congrats for NewsletterStudio package. We are trying it as our possible newsletter tool for an Umbraco installation and we think that it can be successfully integrated in our solution.
For our installation we need a way to dynamically calculate recipients for a newsletter: this process is based on some custom members configuration data that we track on our system and that allow us to extract a list of valid recipients for a given newsletter. In order to achieve this goal, we thought about two possible solutions:
Hi Matteo!Thank you very much for your great feedback!I agree, it sounds like a subscription provider will solve your problems. This feature is still in a quite early beta, it works but there will be improvments on the API and so on. If you want to try it you are more than welcome! Just send me an email at markus [at sign goes here) enkelmedia.se and I'll send you the latest version. I can't give you a exact date but i hope that the next version will be out in about a month.
Good idea! I'm planing to take closer look at the RenderTask-API and maybe make som changes. For example I'm thinking that insted of passing down the custom RenderResult-class we'll just give you the accual MailMessage-object so that you can set you own header-properties and so on. On the other hand we're looking at ways to hook in to other APIs (like MailChimp etc) and then we'll probably don't want to tie everything into System.Web.Mail.But the main focus right now is to get the subscription provider stuff out there.// Markus
thank you for your quick reply! It could be great for us to have the opportunity to try the Subscription Provider API in order to understand how it could address our needs about the subscribers management.
I sent you an email as you suggested me at (markus [at sign goes here] enkelmedia.se), I hope that soon we are able to try it out.
Thank you again
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