Add eMail Subscription Feature to Blog Pages
I like the forum subscription service. It woudl be great to be able to link this to blog -posts as well. In our organization, members post their own media releases and announcements on the site through the blog feautre. However, they only get distributed to the mailing list once a month or so. Being able to assure members their postings are distributed immediately would be a great addition to the value proposition.
Please review our current proposal: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/123zVAgAcSLQb02vC6v8zj-6qoEAEW56cJ-3ioqv5WEc/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000
Karl Hakkarainen commented
The link from Evgeny's post to the proposal document from February 2016 is broken.
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This has been on the Wishlist since 2009!? More than 9 years! Amazing.
I need this for my websites. Tomorrow would be soon enough; yesterday would have been better.
I would like to see this as well.
Barbara Stofast commented
Yes please ASAP. Sounds good as described..
This proposal looks great. Hope you can accomplish it.
The general public should be able to subscribe to the blog posting by using their email address and receiving an update whenever a new post is published.
An html gadget for subscribing to the Blog using individual email addresses.
I have this on my personal website so I know it can be done.... why are you not doing it?
AdminEvgeny Zaritovskiy (VP Technology of Wild Apricot by Personify, Wild Apricot by Personify) commented
Kim: it will. I'm really sorry that we cannot deliver it faster, we're working on optimizing internal development processes and roadmap management to work faster on things.
But it still does not mean that specific requests will be implemented as fast as you want - for example, we have 80+ votes posts here, versus 12 votes here.
Kim Skimmons commented
Will this ever be implemented? How hard can it be? You've already done it for forums. It's been talked about since at least 2010 and it's still in "Development Queue" status.
For those who want this feature immediately, you might check into Mad Mimi, which is an email service. I use it and it's great (and free!) You can set it up so that it will email new blog posts automatically. Of course, the major drawback is that it has a separate database for recipients. However, you could add a subscription button on your blog page, so that users can sign up to receive these updates. All they'd have to do is click the button and then enter their email address. You wouldn't have to do anything else.
It's called "Subscribe to blog " in our Roadmap http://help.wildapricot.com/display/DOC/Product+roadmap
Can you tell us where this stands? I check in the Roadmap, but didn't see it there.
We have finished design of blog subscriptions and want to share progress with you.
Blog subscriptions haven’t been assigned to any of releases yet, but you can always track current progress in our Roadmap thread http://forums.wildapricot.com/forums/308932-wishlist/suggestions/8827717-roadmap-2015-plans-releases-expected-dates .
Feel free to post your comments here.
Yes, great idea. We need this too. It would be very nice to have a button for "New Content Alert" by email. This could be added to blog pages, similar to the RSS feature.
Evgeny Zaritovskiy commented
Putting in my vote to add this as soon as possible - I know you're collecting features for 2013 now, right? :-)
Evgeny Zaritovskiy commented
Unfortunately this is still in queue and I see small chances to get it in 2011.
This is a feature that I would like. Our users/members are not sophisticated enough to subscribe to a different service like feedburner. I would suggest a "subscribe to this blog" button available on the blog functional page and widget. Then if a logged in member clicks the button, they are subscribed. If they are not a member, they can provide info to become a new contact.
That would work well for us.
Keep up the great work Apricots!
Hopefully it will be in the 2011 roadmap. Our blogs are private so feedburner is not a workaround.
A subscription choice just like the forums would be great, would make the look and feel more consistent too.