Opt-out form

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What is an Opt-Out form?

The opt-out form will give your contacts the opportunity to opt-out or update their contact information. In emails you will need an opt-out form in your footer, and you will not be able to distribute your email without it (not even save it). The footer with opt-out form (unsubscribe link) will reduce chances of your emails ending up in the spam filter. We also recommend using a footer in the mobile landing page. 

 

How to use:

Start by clicking on your username, and selecting Template settings. Then you choose the Opt-Out template. 

 

Click on "Add a field" to add the fields you want in your form. We recommend using the fields that contains contact information in your CRM database in TargetEveryone. Then your contacts can see what information is registered on them and they can update/delete information. 

 

Under field settings you can change the field label, or remove the field. 

 

 

Under "form settings" you create a "form name" that will only be visible for you. You can add your logo on top of the form by choosing pick file. 

 

 

You can add an image to the form. We would also recommend to add a URL-link behind the image.

 

Write the top header text, and change the background to match your company's design

 

Create a Title for the form and change font, header background color and font size as you like.

Create the text you want to describe the form, and use desired font, size and color.

Create the button for searching, and decide the text and font, size and color.

 

Then create the Subscriber Options Label. Add color, font and text that suits your form.

 

Add the top section label:

 

Now you add all the text to Subscriber Options. We have created a proposition to a text to all the fields, but create it to match your company.

 

When you are done with the form, click on the green Save Button. You can now click on the "view" text in the pop up to get a preview of the opt-out form. 

 

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