Enable send times based on Time Zone
Enable dynamic send times This would be most helpful in sending per time zone [if the user already had a field populated] or based off subscribing IP.
Kelsey F commented
This would be super helpful as send time optimization doesn't always work for us due to our promotional cadence. We cannot send an email to a user if it rolls into the next day and the promotion is no longer valid
Thomas Pfaff commented
We would also like to use this feature.
Nathalie Le Brun commented
Hi! Any update on this project? Thanks
Yes, we would very much like to schedule a launch so that it launches to the contacts timezone at the scheduled time. Like the the comment below, contacts all get the email at 11:59 their time. Some options around this should include methods for determining timezone, including geo-location and a default time zone for contacts with no timezone information. It might be good to have a send remainder option too. for example send to the continental US using Eastern, central, mountain, pacific and include all others in pacific.
Several tickets were merged together to create this "master" request, so my apologies if the comments/questions seem out of order. We do consider Send Time Optimization to be different than sending based on a user's timezone, and the latter is something we are hoping to add in a future release. I'll continue to keep this ticket updated as more information is available.
Let me know if you have any other questions!
- Jocelyn @ Bronto
Vincent Nero commented
Hi Chris - this is different than Time of Day optimization... if I want all my users to have this email at 11:59am "Their time" to wish them a Happy New Year... Any thoughts?
Vincent Nero commented
Any update on this feature?
Jennifer H. commented
Can we leverage your GeoIP technology so that we are able to schedule a delivery send time based on GeoIP time zone.
I.e. schedule for 9AM send = sends at 9AM at each time zone
This would be most helpful in sending per time zone [if the user already had a field populated with subscribers' time zones]. It would streamline the sending and reporting process rather than having to break out and update different automated message rules or regular messages.