With the magic phrase “automatic de-duping” for a form field you can just paste from excel or a local CSV. Neat.
You can export a list from your CRM, open it in Excel, create a pivot table or perform some other data magic tricks, then copy-paste your results right into this field. We’ll automatically exclude any emails that are not actively subscribed in that MailChimp list.
Segments created by pasting a list are saved as static segments for future use.
polysemic, as it were. and the logo alone is so soothing to look at
so anyway, the wonderful people (i just hate that word “folks”) over at +mulesoft have released this piece of goodness into the world.
the interface is lovely to look at.
nicest of all, the field select tool enables the user to select fields from first-level relationships among the Salesforce.com tables. so you can get, for example, the RecordTypeName instead of making do with the 15 digits of the RecordTypeID thus, the dataloader (or extractor: in any case, the person doing it, not the tool they’re using) is assured of an export that is human readable for a spot check before committing.
i’m getting ready to populate my new mailchimp account list so as to test the Salesforce.com-mailchimp connector. and Dataloader lets me set up a connection to DropBox and even schedule tasks. so ApexDataloader, so long: no love lost.
hello, mailchimp. so long vertical response.
i’l be doing two exports of one of the Contact Emails and Name fields — hard to populate MailChiimp without those! but the second will be the Vertical Response logs for developing an engagement segmentation histogram so that I can load separate lists into MailChimp: of those who historically have had a tendency to respond and click through — and those whom i spent money with vertical response to reach, but who never opened. the economics, with mailchimp, is better as well: free for lists under 2000