If you like ‘Doing MailChimp with Drupal Commerce’ - I wrote these articles for you:
- Drupal Commerce MailChimp Module Features (the article you’re currently reading)
- Drupal MailChimp module Configuration Tutorial
- Tutorial on how to configure Drupal Commerce MailChimp module
- How to Subscribe to an email list during Checkout with Drupal Commerce and MailChimp
- Segmenting your email campaign based on Drupal Commerce product purchases
- Measuring email campaign sales with Drupal Commerce and MailChimp
Here’s an overview of what Commerce MailChimp module can do for your Drupal Commerce site:
Subscribe during Checkout
Subscription based subscription pane
Presents the Subscription Pane only to customers who did not yet subscribe to your list
Default subscription value
Show the Subscription box as checked or unchecked by default
Optional forced list subscription
Option to only allow customer to continue to checkout if the list subscription box is checked
Subscribe to list value on Review pane
Option to include or not to include the Subscription Options pane on the Review pane.
Checkbox Label and Description customization
Alter the subscription checkbox label and description from the UI
You can read more about these options in the article about email list subscription during checkout.
Use Billing and Shipping information for list Subscription
MailChimp module has the ability to use Tokens as MailChimp Merge Fields. Commerce MailChimp module adds Billing and Shipping information Tokens to that list. That way you can use the name a customer provides during checkout to full a MailChimp list field.
You can find these settings at the bottom of the page when editing a List from within Drupal. Your lists are located at example.com/admin/config/services/mailchimp/lists
Connect Drupal Commerce shopping data to your Email list Subscribers
Commerce MailChimp module allows you to connect eCommerce data from your Drupal Commerce store to the email list subscriber in MailChimp. It stores order data from that user in the customers MailChimp profile. This allows you to measure how much a list subscriber spends in your eCommerce store, and it allows you to measure the sales a certain email campaign generates. It also allows you to segment your email campaign based on product purchase data (a.k.a. order information).
You can learn more about how to do these things with Drupal Commerce and MailChimp in these articles: