Key integration features:
1 Disable double opt-in: You can choose to not require Sumo subscribers to confirm a double opt-in confirmation email sent from Mailchimp.
2 Interest groups: You can choose one or more (or none) Mailchimp Interest Groups to apply to your Sumo subscribers.
Note: You will need your Mailchimp account username and password in order to connect to Mailchimp within Sumo.
2 Open the Launcher Settings menu at the top-right of the Launcher and select Settings.
3 Click on the Integrations tab at the top.
4 Now you will see a list of various Email Service Providers. Select MailChimp.
5 Click on the Connect button.
6 You will now see a Popup that will ask you to Login to MailChimp with your MailChimp credentials. You must provide your Username/Email,Password, and (sometimes) Captcha Security Code.
7 Select a List. If you do not select a list your emails will not pass to MailChimp and be collected. If you see "-- Don't push to list --" Your emails will not pass.
8 Determine if you want to use Double-Opt or not. MailChimp, by default, requires your subscribers to confirm through an automated Email before being added. This is called Double-Opt and adds a step for your user. You can disable it by clicking on this button. If it is grey it is not Disabled.
9 Click Save.
1 Sumo offers the ability to set up multiple fields in your opt-in forms. This includes standard fields such as First Name, Last Name and Phone Number. You can also set up completely Custom Fields or Hidden Fields!
3 In order to make sure that any extra fields you've set up will correctly pass into Mailchimp, check out our guide here.
1 In Sumo, you can choose to push different Campaigns/Popups to different lists in Mailchimp.