Connect MailPoet and Shortcoder
To learn more about the "Form submitted" trigger of the MailPoet integration, or the Shortcoder integration, simply click on the image below.
Supported triggers & actions for MailPoet + Shortcoder
Actions & Triggers
Triggers when a form was submitted within MailPoet.
Add subscriber to lists
Triggers when add a subscriber to one or multiple lists within MailPoet.
Remove subscriber from lists
Triggers when remove a subscriber from one or multiple lists within MailPoet.
Create a shortcode.
Delete a shortcode.
Edit a shortcode.
A shortcode has been created.
Shortcode has been deleted successfully..
A shortcode has been updated.
How to connect MailPoet + Shortcoder
You need access to MailPoet to use it as a trigger.
Make sure Shortcoder is are set up and available.
Install WP Webhooks
Make sure that WP Webhooks is installed and activated on your WordPress website.Get WP Webhooks Automator
Create your automation workflow
Create a new automation workflow using MailPoet + Shortcoder.
MailPoet is a WordPress plugin that allows website owners to create and send newsletters, automated emails, and post notifications from their WordPress website. It includes various features, including a drag-and-drop email editor, integration with popular email marketing services, support for subscriber segments, and personalization. The plugin is designed to be easy to use and suitable for various industries and use-cases.Learn more about the MailPoet integration
Shortcoder is a WordPress plugin that allows users to create custom shortcodes. These shortcodes can be used to insert custom content, such as text, images, or HTML, into posts and pages on a WordPress website. This can be useful for adding frequently used content or creating complex layouts that would otherwise be difficult to manage using the WordPress editor.Learn more about the Shortcoder integration