Utilize Dada Mail’s Profile Fields, and the Tracker plugin, to automatically update those fields, when users interact with your message. Then, use that information in your subscriber’s profiles to search, and send out relevant news and information to the part of your list it would be most useful for!
This screencast teaches you the difference between the Dada Root Pass and the List Passwords in Dada Mail, then shows you have to disable list control panel screens to streamline and simplify the list control panel to make Dada Mail even easier to use!
Have a WordPress-powered site? This screencast is made especially for you. In it, we go over how easy it is to add a Dada Mail mailing mist subscription form to your WordPress site:
If you can copy/paste, you can add the necessary HTML to a WordPress Text Widget. This is by far the easiest way to integration subscription capabilities into your own website.
Once the basics are gone over, we’ll then show you how to set up the modal window subscription form, and then one way on how to customize the subscription form’s HTML.
Magic Templates are an awesome feature in Dada Mail. Have an already-existing website? Dada Mail can blend right in. Make changes to the design of your website? Dada Mail’s Magic Templates will adjust automatically and reflect your changes. Magic!
Check out the docs on Magic Templates for a complete overview on how to use Magic User Templates in Dada Mail!
We’ve updated our installation screencast for v9 of Dada Mail:
Dada Mail is designed to be easy to install on your own web hosting account. In this screencast, I go over how to install Dada Mail from scratch, as well as how to set up the Bounce Handler plugin (essential!)
Follow along with this screencast, as you go through the install docs,
Let us know how it’s working for you!
We’ve released v9.0.2 of Dada Mail. Rejoice!
This is mostly a bug-fix release – below is the changelog – if any of these bugs are affecting you, it’s suggested that you upgrade,