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Hi, I want to create a flow of 3 email sequences for 1st time buyers. The first email should be sent immediately after purchasing, to simply congratulate the buyer. In the second email is where I offer an incentive. And in the third email is where I send a reminder, referring back to the second email. Which of the existing templates can I use for this?
I embedded a Klaviyo form on a Shopify page and the store owner says the form is taking 30 seconds to appear on his various devices.https://www.keepemquiet.com/pages/get-your-discount-code-nowI can’t reproduce the issue and see the form appearing in about 1-2 seconds across various browsers/mobile/desktop.Any insights on how to troubleshoot?
Hi there,We’re just starting to really dig into dark mode solutions with our email sends, and as all of you know, it ain’t easy!I’m wondering if KL has any tools on the horizon to facilitate testing within the app and make it easier to try out different combinations of background/foreground colors to quickly see what renders the best in different implementations of dark mode (full inversion/partial inversion).Thanks,Don
I’m having a trouble with my emails showing up correctly in dark mode in the Gmail App. Our main issue is our logo. Klaviyo recommends adding a white outline around your logo with a transparent background so it shows up okay in dark mode, but it still doesn’t look great. My question/curiosity in general is, when I look at other emails from other brands/companies while in dark mode I don’t see an issue with their emails showing up correctly. If there email has a white background in the regular “Light” mode, it is still white in dark mode. I obviously don’t know if these brands are using Klaviyo. Is it just the way Klaviyo works? I have set our background to be white regardless. Is there something I am missing? Is there a way to make our background always white regardless of dark/light mode?
Hi,I have integrated Klaviyo with my Shopify and Gempages site, and I have a form now successfully showing up on one of my pages.However, when I go to submit the form I get the following error:“An error occured when submitting. Please try again later.”I have gone through the help page and double checked that the button is a “submit” button and that the list it is submitting to exists.Any help would be much appreciated.
Hi all,A client wants to allow customers to “click and copy” the Klaviyo discount code to their clipboard and be taken to the cart to “paste” that code into the coupon field. I guess they’re trying to make it easier for a customer to use the coupon code, but I’m not sure how this can be done in Klaviyo email.
I’m looking for a way to translate validation messages used in sign up forms.The Language of the list is set to Polish but despite that the validation messages, like: “This field is required” or “Please enter a valid email address” are presented in English and I’m unable to locate settings to either set them to Polish or translate.Please kindly advise.
Depending on your business, you might have some forms on your site intended for high-touch customers, and you want to be notified when someone joins that list. So how can we make that happen?At this time, Klaviyo does not have a built-in notification that you can receive when a customer fills out a signup form, but with flows you can make sure you know when someone has been added. Below are two easy ways to do this: You can CC or BCC the desired email on the first message of a flow triggered by the list your customer joins when filling out the form. You will add this CC or BCC on the content page for the first email of the flow. When the customer fills out your form and joins your list, they will enter the flow and receive the first email of the flow — you will then receive that email as well to your inbox notifying you of the customer subscription to your list. You can add a notification action to a flow triggered by the list your customer joins via the form. The notification action
Hi there, I’m putting together an Abandoned Cart flow for a client that uses Shopify. If a customer has ordered more than one of a product (but a different variant of that product), it displays the same image/title/link more than once, instead of displaying each variant of the product. I’m not sure which variable to use.I’m trying to do this, but unlike the user who posed this question, I’m not using a Shopify template, just the Klaviyo drag & drop editor.Thanks...
I have set up a 10% off coupon Signup Form in Klaviyo. I would like to use anyone that submits their email address to this Signup Form popup to then trigger the email Flow I have created for these visitors. But when I go to choose the trigger for my Flow the Signup Form list does not show up.
The Back in Stock implementation for Shopify (described here: https://help.klaviyo.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001895651-How-to-Install-Back-in-Stock-for-Shopify) doesn’t provide us with the level of customization that we would like to have. As such we are looking at implementing a custom Back in Stock form either via a legacy form method (similar to https://help.klaviyo.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005249588-How-to-Add-and-Customize-a-Legacy-Embedded-Signup-Form) or via a custom form and API request in the frontend (in JS).This developer documentation for the API https://help.klaviyo.com/hc/en-us/articles/360006565332-Back-in-Stock-for-Mobile-App-Developers while not explicitly stated I believe is only for server side API calls as CORS blocks POST requests via JS.Can anyone point me in the right direction here - add a user to back in stock list for a product via a custom form on the frontend, without need for server-side api calls. (or if there is no right direction - let me know!)Many thank
Sending to engaged customers is crucial to being a successful email marketer. We recommend breaking up your Klaviyo subscribers into 30-, 60-, and 90-day engagement groups. If you send daily, we recommend using a 30-day engaged criteria (using opened or clicked email). If you plan to send to subscribers weekly or monthly, extend the timeframe for opens and clicks to 60 or 90 days.Monitor your open rates using the engagement report.
I have looked for this topic in the community and seen the replies about turning OFF the Shopify Double Opt in. Mine is OFF but still my tests are not ending up in my Klaviyo newsletter list. (I also have the Klaviyo Double opt in OFF) How do I fix this please?
With Abandoned Cart Flows, it’s best practice to send your email before your customer orders the product they “abandoned”. Sometimes though, things don’t work quite the way they should and customers might receive an abandoned cart email after ordering. Let’s take a look at some possible reasons, and how to address them.There are four reasons that your customers may still receive an Abandoned Cart email after placing an order.Your time delay between a customer starting a checkout and the first email of the flow is not long enough. We recommend waiting approximately 4 hours before sending the first abandoned cart email. Whatever you choose for your flow, you'll want to make sure it's enough time for the integration to sync. For more information, head to our article on How Often Integrations Sync. Your customer triggered multiple checkout started events but only placed one order. Each time your customer triggers a checkout started event, they enter your flow. Your events are coming in o
I have set up a product review flow & made it active but I don’t think it’s set up correctly. I would like customers that have purchased only once to get one email & then customers that have purchased multiple times to get a different email. Can you help me correct this?
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