I would like to create automation so that every time I have a new user registering on my website, they are automatically added to a MailerLite group (Welcome email).
It works with already existing users but not users with users who just created an account which leads to me having to manually add new users.
Thank you very much for your help.
Hi @Leo_Girod ,
Could you add some screenshots (the whole scenario, the input data mappings…) and the blueprint of your scenario?
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Thank you for writing back.
Unfortunately I can run a scenario only if a member is already registered in my MailerLite database. As shown on the second picture, I need a already existing subscriber ID or email.
I would like that a new user registering on my website gets automaticaly added to a MailerLite group.
@Leo_Girod Use the Map to place the variable from module 1 “Watch subscriber events” in the field “Sbuscriber ID”. Then select the Group you want to add them to and it should work
Hi @Leo_Girod ,
For this type of scenario, you should have a second MailerLite account, and use it for testing.
In the current case, there is no output bundle out of the first module.
Proceeding step-by-step is a good development method with Make, here, without data, it is difficult to analyze.