DigiMember can transfer user data to a few autoresponders. In the autoresponder, you can use this data in the mails. To do this, include the fields as placeholders (for example,
%%FIRSTNAME%%). For details, see the instructions for your autoresponder.
This data is transferred:
- First name
- Last name
- Order date
- login name
- Login URL
- Login key (for automatic login)
User data can be transferred to these autoresponder connections:
- KlickTipp (full integration / from KlickTipp Premium)
- Lead motor
Additionally, DigiMember offers a generic connection. This connection is only possible if your provider matches certain prerequisites (e.g. Server-to-Server notifications). Using the generic connection you can send the following parameters: firstname, lastname and e-mail. Additionally you can send further hardcoded values.
Please keep in mind that this option is only for advanced users since it requires some kind of programming knowledge. For the generic connection we can't offer any customer support.
For security reasons, the user's password is only transmitted to the autoresponder if DigiMember has created the password.
If the user entered the password himself or herself, DigiMember does not save the password (instead, WordPress saves it encrypted). Then the password field is left empty.
KlickTipp, Quentn, ActiveCampaign, CleverReach, Flatrate Newsletter, aWeber, GetResponse, MailChimp and MailJet. Others can be generically integrated by you. DigiMember is already prepared for this as well.
KlickTipp and DigiMember:
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When connecting KlickTipp to DigiMember, it is necessary for technical reasons that the additional master record fields that are created in KlickTipp (e.g. order date or login URL) are all of type line and not of type URL, for example.