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Making Automation Better in v9.6

It’s been an exciting month at MailChimp. We overhauled our autoresponders in v9.5, making them more powerful and useful in the process. And some of our customers have already found interesting ways to send highly customizable automated email series. Following a landslide of feedback and requests, we prioritized some developments for this release. In v9.6, we focus on simplifying legacy …

Marketing Automation for Everyone

A long time ago, in a release far, far away, we built a feature called autoresponders. After sending nearly a million campaigns totaling more than 700 million emails, it’s time for a facelift. More than just a rebranding, though, we’re overhauling the way we do automated emails, and overhauling it in a way that’s specific to MailChimp and our …

Social Cards, Segmentation Options, New Currencies, and More in v9.4

With our latest release, we’re introducing easy ways for you to customize the way your campaigns look on social networks, debuting two new ways to segment recipients for your campaigns, and adding three new international currencies. Social Cards Have you ever wished you could control which thumbnails were used when your email is shared on Twitter, Facebook or in Gmail’s new promotional …

File Manager Improvements, Segment by Purchase Activity and Account Pausing in v9.3

You might be thinking, "Didn’t MailChimp already do a release this month, and wasn’t the new File Manager one of the big changes?" Well, yes. But we decided to do another release to make some small-but-important enhancements to that new File Manager—and we threw in some also small-but-important bonus features while we were at it. File Manager: now with fewer clicks! Whenever we overhaul …

New File Manager, Link Checker, and a Little Fun in v9.2

These days, lots of different kinds of people love MailChimp’s easy-to-use features—and we love them, too. But we’ve got a soft spot for developers. MailChimp was originally built for developers, and we’re developers ourselves. It’s an audience we enjoy serving, and (like last time) one we kept in mind while working on the app’s most recent revamp. …