With the help of the module Laravel eCommerce Customer Newsletter, the admin can create and manage newsletter templates.
The admin can also create customized newsletters depending on the need of the business. The subscribers of the newsletters will receive newsletters in HTML format.
The admin can create multiple templates for the newsletters and can also send them to the customers. The admin can even create events and campaigns for sending the emails to the subscribers for newsletters.
Check a brief overview of the plugin –
- The admin can add Newsletter Template.
- The admin can also customize newsletter templates according to their requirement.
- The subscribers will receive the newsletter in HTML format.
Installation of the module
Unzip the respective extension zip and then merge “packages” into project root directory.
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Goto config/app.php file and add the following line under ‘providers’.
Goto composer.json file and add the following line under ‘psr-4’
Then run the following commands:-
php artisan migrate php artisan route:cache php artisan vendor:publish
-> Press 0 and then press enter to publish all assets and configurations
After the successful installation of the module, the admin can configure the module under the admin panel. The admin needs to navigate to the Marketing>>Newsletter Template.
Here the admin can see all the templates that have been created as shown in the image below:-
To add a new template click on the Add Template button.
After clicking on the add template button a page will generate that will look like shown below:-
Here the admin can create a template by filling in details like Template Name, Subject, Sender Name, Sender Email, Template Content, and Template Style.
The admin can also enable or disable the template status.
Click on the Save button.
Now the template has been saved as shown below:-
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By clicking on the send button the admin can also send email templates to the customers.
Current Product Version - 1
Supported Framework Version - Bagisto1.3.1