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Atlanta Film Festival’s Comment-Heavy Teamwork

The Atlanta Film Festival has been bringing world-renowned movies, filmmakers, artists, and industry professionals to MailChimp’s hometown for four decades. The membership-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit fosters community and film culture with year-round events, classes, internships, and an active email presence. Suffice it to say, this is not a one-person operation. They’ve got an executive director, artistic …

New Collaboration Features for Teams

For a lot of our customers, MailChimp campaigns are a team effort. They collaborate about content, send tests, gather feedback, and then request approval and sign-off. So in v8.2, launching today, we’re adding some collaboration tools to MailChimp to make all that easier. Here’s a preview of what’s coming. Let’s start with the new "Comments" …

Update to Social Plugin for WordPress

We recently released a cool little WordPress plugin called Social that pulls the conversations on Twitter and Facebook about your blog into each post and makes it easy to broadcast to social channels when you publish. We were scratching our own itch. We’ve pined for a better way to handle comments on our blog, so we teamed up with our friends at Crowd Favorite to make a tailor-made solution. It turns out that we’re not alone. Ten thousand people have tried Social on their blogs too. After months of usage, we discovered a few things we could do better. Today we’re releasing Social 2.0 with a whole bunch of improvements.

Facebook Comments Get Voting, Threading

Facebook has made a change to their comments plugin, and users can now agree or disagree with something with a simple up or down vote. (Yes, you can now openly express your disagreement and this may be the closest we get to an official "dislike" button.) In addition, they’re also giving more information about commenters …

Add Facebook Comments to your MailChimp Campaigns

Email marketing can be a one way communication sometimes. It shouldn’t be that way. So we’ve added Facebook Comments functionality to MailChimp campaigns. Now, you can continue the discussion after the send button.