When you have to fill out Email field on mobile devices, the standard "keyboard" loads instead of an email address "keyboard" (that includes @ on the keyboard). This is such an easy fix:
input type="text" should change to input type="email" and should be changed globally for all bronto clients and webforms.
Submitted this as a support ticket (2827826) and that team agreed this makes total sense.
This would be really helpful. Also would like to be able to plug a begin and end date in to look at a range, instead of always choosing Day, Week or Month.
Right now I can see contact growth over time. However, I'm not able to break out # signups (added) vs unsub and bounce (loss).
We just switched web platforms and I would like to be able to report on # of daily signups and compare before and after the go-live date.
Right now, the only way to do this is to build a segment and recalculate each day to see # of subscribers from prior day. Even that wouldn't be so bad if I could automate and export that data.
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Good idea. I would like to see a column under agency/clients/allocations that shows % used. We have 4 subaccounts and it's hard to tell they are and how to shuffle allocation between them without running the % manually.
We need this as well. Easily figured out how to do suppression of fields within HTML for Bronto variables, but was dismayed to find out you can't do this with variables passed via API.
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Is there any update to report on this idea?
Even if it's not real-time calculation (and had to be emailed), the ability to get an approximate count would be really helpful.
Right now I'm sending to multiple lists that have significant overlap and also suppressing folks who are inactive. Estimating the counts so I can tell my teams is always a crapshoot.