Comment Edit Pro 3.8 Released With MailerLite Integration

Comment Edit Pro and MailerLite Logos
The MailerLite Integration is Here!

By popular request, and I mean popular, MailerLite integration with Comment Edit Pro has arrived. Version 3.8 is now available in your account section or via a WordPress update.

While testing this integration, I explored MailerLite, which appears to be one of the better newsletter solutions. Let’s go over what this integration with comments looks like.

There are two versions of MailerLite out there: an updated modern interface and one dubbed MailerLite Classic. Comment Edit Pro supports both versions.

Creating an API Token from MailerLite (New Interface)

If you’re using the new version of MailerLite, you can create a new token pretty easily. You can generate your token by heading to the Integrations tab in the MailerLite dashboard.

MailerLite Dashboard Interface
Find the Integrations Tab in the MailerLite Dashboard

On the Integrations tab, you’ll find an API section. Make sure you click “Use.”

API Settings in the MailerLite Dashboard
Click on Use for the API Section

On the next screen, you’ll be able to generate a new token, which you’ll use to input into Comment Edit Pro’s settings.

API Section in the MailerLite Dashboard
Click Generate Token to Create a New Token

From there, you can name and generate the new token.

Now, you can add the token to the Comment Edit Pro MailerLite integration. You’ll find MailerLite in the Integrations tab of Comment Edit Pro.

Creating an API Token With MailerLite (Classic)

You’d head to your MailerLite dashboard and head to the Integrations section, which you can find by hovering over your profile.

Integrations Section in MailerLite Classic
Integrations Section in MailerLite Classic

From there, find the API settings and click “Use.”

MailerLite Classic API Settings
MailerLite Classic API Settings

From there, you can generate an API key, which you’ll use in the Comment Edit Pro MailerLite Classic settings.

MailerLite Classic API Key Field
MailerLite Classic API Key Field

Setting Groups, Fields, and Labels

Once an API Key is entered, you can select a Group and map your custom fields.

You can adjust the signup label, check the signup box by default, and even disable double opt-in.

Adjust the Signup Label, and Whether Opt-in is Enabled
Adjust the Signup Label and Whether Opt-in is Enabled

Here’s what the user would see:

Subscribe Option in the Comment Form
Subscribe Option in the Comment Form

And what you will see when the user becomes a subscriber:

MailerLite Subscriber Dashboard View of an Individual Subscriber
MailerLite Subscriber Dashboard View of an Individual Subscriber

If you’re in MailerLite Classic, here’s what you’d see for the subscriber view.

MailerLite Classic Subscriber View
MailerLite Classic Subscriber View

Get Comment Edit Pro today!

The MailerLite integration is a welcome addition to Comment Edit Pro. Please check out the Comment Edit Pro plugin and pricing and start using the plugin today to elevate your comment section.

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Ronald Huereca
By: Ronald Huereca
Published On: on June 15, 2024

Ronald Huereca founded DLX Plugins in 2022 with the goal of providing deluxe plugins available for download. Find out more about DLX Plugins, check out some tutorials, and check out our plugins.

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