Sign up Confirmation Page return to site link

I've looked through the forums and through the documentation and clicked on everything I think it should be within the site but cannot change the link in the subcription confirmation screen.

Thank You
You've just been sent an email to confirm your email address.
Please click on the link in this email to confirm your subscription.
Click here to return to the site.

Basically the click here link doesn't go to the right page at present short of having to create a redirect within the site with the same page name can I edit the return link by explicitly stating where I'd like the user to return too?


Edd Ehaus, 6 years ago


roshodgekiss roshodgekiss, 6 years ago

Hi Edd, welcome to the forums and sorry for not responding to you earlier. You can't change the links or text on this default subscription confirmation screen. However, you can replace it with your own one, by creating a page and adding its URL to Lists & Subscribers > Your list > Customize the subscribe process > '1. Initial Confirmation Page (optional)' Hope this helps!

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Edd Ehaus, 6 years ago

This option isn't available within the account the options within a list are as follows:

Remove subscribers
Unsubscribe or delete subscribers.

Custom fields
Store additional subscriber details.

Target sub-groups of subscribers.

Send welcome or date-based emails.

Create a subscribe form
Add a subscribe form to your site.

Customize landing pages
Landing pages and confirmation emails.

Unsubscribe settings
Manage the unsubscribe process.

roshodgekiss roshodgekiss, 6 years ago

Hi Edd, you'll find '1. Initial Confirmation Page (optional)' when you click on the 'Customize landing pages' option you listed above. Sorry about the mix up in wording there.

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