Setup/Installation: MailChimp – Social Networks Auto-PosterHow to setup MailChimp in SNAP WordPress plugin and API
MailChimp uses API key to provide authorized access to it’s API. You need to have API key and your emails list ID to be able to send emails from SNAP.
1. Get API key and List ID.
1. Login to your MailChimp account.
2. Go to the User Menu -> Account:
3. Click “Extras”->”API Keys”
Click “Create a Key”
4. Notice API Key on this page.
5. Click “List” in the top menu. Click on the list that you want to send emails to.
Click Settings->List name and defaults.
6. Notice List ID in the right column.
2. Connect MailChimp to your WordPress.
1. Login to your WordPress Admin Panel, Go to the Settings->Social Networks AutoPoster Options.
2. Click green “Add new account” button, select “MailChimp” from the list.
3. Fill “API Key” and “Campaign ID” from step 4 and step 6 above.
4. Fill your outcoming name and email.
5. Click “Add Account”.
You are ready.
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