phpList version 3.3.3 has been released featuring 4 completely new features, 1 additional plugin, 13 fixes and 61 code commits. Read the highlights in the release notes, or download the update now.
Changes in this release
This release was focused on adding several functionalities to make it easier for phpList administrators to be compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation in their data management practices.
With the invite plugin included and a default draft campaign to be used with it on fresh installations now it’s easier to re-obtain consent from inactive subscribers.
More links have been added to the /lists homepage in order for subscribers to have it easier to update their information and get in touch with the account administrator responsible for their data.
Meanwhile administrators now can provide each subscriber a link that directs them their preferences page or a spreadsheet with every data they have on them, all from their subscribers profile and also permanently remove them using one of the two options added on the reconcile subscribers page.
Please check the release notes for the full list of changes.
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phpList 3.3.3 is the work of Duncan Cameron, Edmund Huggett, and other Open Source community members, as well as phpList Ltd. developers.
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