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Importing existing subscribers who're already part of an auto-responder sequence
  • Vote Up0Vote Down BrittMalkaBrittMalka
    Posts: 22Sendy user

    Okay, how do I do that :D

    I've avoided this problem so far, but my time with AWeber is almost up (the 29th), so I have to get started soon.

    We have some subscribers who'd paid for a membership, and every two weeks they get a new lesson.

    From AWeber, I have their sign up date in this format: 04/18/13 11:22:58

    I guess I should add it to the database, but in the timestamp field? Or the Join_Date field?

    And in which format? As a Unix timestamp?

    I found this online converter to help me if that's the case: http://www.onlineconversion.com/unix_time.htm

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  • Vote Up0Vote Down BenBen
    Posts: 3,289Sendy support

    Hi Britt,

    Sendy's Autoresponder feature does not have this feature where it sends an email every 2 weeks though.

    Best regards,
    Ben

  • Vote Up0Vote Down BrittMalkaBrittMalka
    Posts: 22Sendy user

    Hi Ben,

    As far as I understand, Sendy has it the same way that AWeber has it: You can send mails 2 weeks after a person joined, 4 weeks after, 6 weeks after, and so on.

    Isn't that right?

  • Vote Up0Vote Down BenBen
    Posts: 3,289Sendy support

    Yes that's right, but you mentioned every two weeks, they get a new lesson:

    and every two weeks they get a new lesson

  • Vote Up0Vote Down BenBen
    Posts: 3,289Sendy support

    To answer your original question, it's the join_date field and the date is in Unix timestamp.

  • Vote Up0Vote Down BrittMalkaBrittMalka
    Posts: 22Sendy user

    Thanks :)

    Yes, I called it "every two weeks", because that's the end result, and much easier to write than "send mails 2 weeks after a person joined, 4 weeks after, 6 weeks after, and so on." :D

  • Vote Up0Vote Down BenBen
    Posts: 3,289Sendy support

    Oh, makes sense. :)

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