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More advanced subscribe forms

Now that you can set pre-defined options for your custom fields and create segments based on those options, the next logical step is to make it easy for you guys to create subscribe forms to capture this data.

When you create a subscribe form with pre-defined custom fields, you now have the option of specifying which type of form element you’d like to use.

If a subscriber can select more than one option, such as their interests or their email format preference, you can use either checkboxes or a multiple-select list. If a subscriber can only select one option, like star sign or state, you can use either a single-select list or radio buttons.

As usual, we still generate 3 types of HTML code for you – basic, CSS based and tabled based formatting options.

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