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MailChimp for WunderAutomation provides triggers, filters, parameters and actions to manage MailChimp contacts and lists/audiences.
Please see Requirements section below
MailChimp for WunderAutomation provides a trigger that can handle incoming webhooks from the MailChimp service. MailChimp describes how to set up a new webhook here.
This trigger has only one field
You can edit the identifier if you prefer a different UR, but note that you can only use lower case characters a-z, 0-9, – (dash) and _ (underscore).
Read more about using filters here.
The following filters are provided for workflows using MailChimp Webhook as trigger:
The following parameters become available whenever the trigger that starts the workflow provides is the MailChimp webook:
The core functionality of MailChimp for WunderAutomation is to provide actions to help you control your email marketing efforts.
For the actions to find the correct MailChimp contact to update, the following fileds are mandatory for all four actions:
Updates basic information and merge fields for a contact.
Select which fields to update by clicking the checkbox at each field name.
Each MailChimp list have a set of merge fields. You can add or update merge fields for the list using this action. It will display all found merge fields associated with the selected list. It’s not possible to add new merge fields using this action, that is best done using the MailChimp web ui.
Click the checkbox next to each field to enable it for update. Use a parameter placeholder or a hard coded value.
The address merge field is one of the standard MailChimp merge fields. It’s special because it contains six subfields. If you update the address field, you update all six sub fields at once.
A note about the Country field. By default, MailChimp expects a 2-character ISO country code in this field. WunderAutomation automatically translates most country names in most languages to the correct ISO code. If WunderAutomation can’t resolve the country, MailChimp will default to “USA”.
For example, any of the following string that appears in an address will resolve to the country code for “FI” (Finland).
The birthday merge field expects a date in the format “DD/MM”. It’s possible to format a WunderAutomation parameter to the correct format using the string “d/m”.
Adds a new contact to a MailChimp audience. Add contact uses the same optional and merge fields as the Update contact action.
Add or removes MailChimp tags on a contact.
Aside from the normal mandatory fields. The following fields are needed:
Allows you to trigger a MailChimp event. Read more about MailChimp events here. Events can be used to trigger MailChimp automations, for example to send out a remainder to write a review after purchase. They can also be used for advanced segmentation in MailChimp.
In addition to the normal mandatory fields for the MailChimp actions, you also need to provide an event name.
To make events even more powerful, it’s possible to add an unlimited amount of parameters to an event. In WunderAutomation, you do this by clicking “Add event parameter”.
Read more about how to use event parameters in MailChimp automations here.
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