Here are the settings in the Subscribe page section:
- Page - Select the page you want to show to your contacts when they want to manage their subscriptions.
- Manage lists - Enable this option to allow your contacts to manage their lists subscription. The lists you selected will be shown to your contacts to manage their subscriptions.
- Filter List - Enable or Disable the visibility of public lists your contacts are subscribed to.
- Unsubscribe All Lists Label - Label text that gets displayed on the unsubscribe button.
- Unsubscribe All Lists Description - Set a description for unsubscribing to all the lists.
- Text - Confirmation message when a contact unsubscribes.
Once you've made the changes, click on Save Settings. Your settings will then be saved.
How to create a subscribe page?
By default, the subscribe page is created and shortcodes are set. However, if you want to change them, you can do that easily.
All you have to do is choose your page. You can edit this subscribe page right from here.
Make sure to use these shortcodes for the contact's name, email, and an unsubscribe button. Use the following shortcodes to personalize your unsubscribe button:
- [wfan_contact_name] - Contact's name
- [wfan_contact_firstname] - Contact's first name
- [wfan_contact_lastname] - Contact's last name
- [wfan_contact_email] - Contact's email ID
- [wfan_unsubscribe_button label='Your unsubscribe button text'] - Unsubscribe label text
This is how your output looks like on the front end:
Your contacts will be able to manage their subscription lists from here. They can even unsubscribe from all the email lists using a single click.
That's it! This is how you can create a subscribe page.