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    Thanks to Barbara, here is current workaround:
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    TO ADD A SITEMAP.XML to a WA SITE:
    Create a new folder under file mangement called sitemap.
    Then upload your site map to this folder.
    Sumbit your site map to Google, it will look something like this yoursite.com/resources/sitemap/sitemap.xml

    A good place for free google sitemaps is:
    xml-sitemaps.com

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    Lawrence P. commented  · 

    Disappointing to see that this integration request has been ignored for so long. By integration, I refer to two differ things... 1) synching Wild Apricot segments with thrid party mail platform lists, and 2) simply allowing embedded newsletter subscription forms on WA pages.

    No disrespect to Wild Apricot. Your email history tracking is a useful record on member profiles. And the automation fetures, for renewals and events is also spot on.

    But Wild Apricot is not up to contemporary standards for mobile compatible email design, and most importantly, delivery. Third party providers like MailChimp, Constant Contact and others are way ahead, and keeping up with them is simply not the best focus for your dev resources.

    An association typically needs to send newsletters to a much wider audience than just its membership. I sense the lack of support for these features is based on Wild Apricots pricing based on contacts, not out of regard for customer needs. Very disappointing...

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