In order to send newsletters, you need two main things: an email marketing platform and a list of subscribers. You can collect subscribers using Zyro's subscription form or use any third-party tool.

Subscription form

Within the editor, expand the Add element panel on the left. Find the Subscribe element and drag and drop it anywhere on your page:

You can also insert a dedicated section into your page. Click Add section – you'll see this button on the horizontal border of any section:

From the menu on the left, choose Subscribe form. Select the preferred section template on the right and click on it:

The section will be inserted into your page.

Subscription form settings

Click on the subscription form element to see more options (edit, duplicate, delete):

Click Edit form to open its settings; there are four tabs of them:

General

Fields

Button

Style

Rename the form

Add, edit or remove contact form fields

Rename the “Submit” button

Select a primary or secondary theme

Specify an email address to receive notifications of form submissions: by default, they are sent to your Zyro account email address

Supported field types: short answer, paragraph, single choice, multiple choice

Change the button position

Set a background color or image

View form submissions

Specify required fields

Specify what happens once the form is submitted: show a thank-you message or redirect the user to a particular page within your website

Customize the padding settings

Viewing subscription form submissions

Within the website editor, you can view all the forms that people have been submitting through your subscription form.

Expand the Website settings panel on the left and go to Form submissions:

Click View list, and you'll see all submitted subscription forms. You can easily export selected forms to a .CSV file and delete the unnecessary ones:

Third-party subscription forms

With the help of a custom code, you can add any third-party subscription form to your website. There are two ways to add a custom code to your website:

Whether the code should be added to the <head></head> or the <body></body>, depends on the integration itself. Integration developers usually specify that in the instructions.

Here are some examples:

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