USING V3?

USING V2?

USING V3

  1. Log into V3

  2. Get to your Integrations page:

    OPTION 1

    2.1.1 Short click on More Menus (3 dot icon, brown circle in image below) and then move your cursor off the icon.

    2.2 Select Settings (gold box in image below).

    2.3 Select Admin Settings (purple box in image below).

    2.4 Select Integrations (light blue box in image below).

OR

OPTION 2

2.2.1 Long click on More Menus (3 dot icon, turquoise circle in image to the left).

2.2.2 Select Settings from the dropdown menu (gold box in image to the left).

2.2.3 Select Admin Settings.

2.2.4 Select Integrations.

3. The Integrations page will open up, showing all your current integrations. Scroll down, select the Free tab (gold circle in image below) to set up Mailchimp (brown arrow in image below).

Click here for your next steps


USING V2

1. Click your name on the top right corner of the screen, and go to your integrations page

2. Select the "Free" tab

NEXT STEPS FOR EVERYONE

  1. Under the Mailchimp Integration section, click either Select List(s) to Sync or Select Group(s) to Sync.

2. Toggle on the List you want to be brought over as a group into PastorsLine, and click Sync List(s).

3. Do the same for Groups that you want brought over to PastorsLine as groups, and click Sync List Group(s).

All of your contacts do come over into PastorsLine when you turn on the integration with Mailchimp. What we do during your initial sync is we get ALL the audiences AND we get ALL the contacts in each audiences and treat them separate and bring those over into your PastorsLine account.

That means if you have a contact with email address [email protected] in both Audience 1 and Audience 2 in your Mailchimp account, you would see 2 records of [email protected] get imported into PastorsLine. the reason for this one is in MC, if you delete [email protected] from Audience 1, the other email is still going to stay in Audience 2. Each contact in specific audiences are treated differently in Mailchimp, so they are treated differently in PastorsLine.

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