I’m building a GDPR compliant form. The client requires a checkbox/radio/dropdown (whichever one will work, if any) asking the user if they would like to receive news/updates. If the client ticks/selects yes, the subscriber should be added to Mailchimp via Zapier. If they select no, the subscriber should not be added to Mailchimp.
Is this do-able without custom code? If so, please share your method!
I’m currently using Zapier to send data, but I’m not sure how I can restrict adding a Mailchimp subscriber only when a dropdown = yes or when a radio = yes. I think I’ll need to look into the help articles a bit more!
Let’s get @rileyrichter in on this chat. He is a whiz with Zapier.
However, you could always just setup a Double Opt-In on your List in Mailchimp. Basically they signup and then it will send them an email through Mailchimp to confirm they want to subscribe, otherwise it wont subscribe them.
If I can’t figure it out, that’s the route I’ll take. @rileyrichter If you are able to offer any assistance that would be amazing!
Updated: Ok I have something working! I added ‘dropdown’ as a field in Mailchimp and added just one option ‘yes’. I also set it to required. When the dropdown isn’t set to yes, the subscriber is not added to Mailchimp. Woohoo!
I wonder if I can swap out the dropdown for a checkbox - there doesn’t seem to be a checkbox field in Mailchimp unfortunately, I’m going to try using the Radio field in Mailchimp but a checkbox in Webflow.
Thanks Sam, managed to get it working with a filter too! The only issue is that it puts me into the $20/m billing plan - my other solution doesn’t but also emails me with an error each time someone doesn’t complete the required ‘yes’ dropdown step. Much prefer using a filter but will have to sell this one to the client.