@quantazelle are you still manually importing users from Mailchimp & Sendinblue? Or did you find a better solution?
@samtuke is there any update on this?
I came here to ask this same question, and it’s been 6 months, so I wonder if there’s been any progress…
It looks like the most recently updated wordpress plugin integrating with phplist is Sign Me Up (600 installs, 5 total reviews, last updated 3 years ago).
Note that (as the above-linked blog post about the “Sign Me Up” plugin points out), this plugin does not support any fields besides the email address field.
Notice that the subscribe page only contains a single field the email address. No additional fields (or “attributes” as phpList calls them) are allowed no email confirmation boxes, or checkboxes for HTML or text. Unfortunately, the AJAX handling code in phpList only allows for the email address. So, in order for the Sign Me Up plugin to work correctly, this restriction needs to be followed
@samtuke is it still the case that the AJAX handling of phplist doesn’t permit passing attributes other than the email address? Is there a way to send the state of the “accept ToS” gdpr checkbox to phplist via AJAX?
If not, is there some way to add a new subscriber (and the contents of their various attributes, including the state of the “I accept the ToS” gdpr checkbox) to phplist via REST in a stable version of phplist?