Lists, Segments, and Profiles
Learn about the profiles in your account as well as how to create lists and segments.
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I have a main list including contacts with a tag « english » (anglophone people). Someone speaking french has been mistakenly tagged with english. I would like to remove the tag so that he can stay within the main list and receive our emails in french. I don’t see an option anywhere. The only thing I’m able to do would be to plain simple delete the contact and manually re-add it to the main list, without the tag. It’s not optimal though, is there any other way to simply remove the tag to that contact? Thanks for your help!
I have been testing subscriber webforms in Shopify and I can subscribe to a list fine. When I do another test I remove the email address manually but I cannot subscribe again. I have searched for the email address and it does not appear anywhere.Can someone tell me how to completely remove a subscribers email?It must be recorded in Klaviyo some where but I cannot find it.Thanks in advance.Paul
Hi, I’m new to Klaviyo and digital marketing in general so I beg your pardon in advance. I’m using a button on an email to ask a question and generate a result for a custom property (first time). The final sequence of this will re-direct my customer to a landing page thanking them for answering. Do I build this landing page on my website? Is this something Klaviyo provides?
Hello Community I have integrated track API using ASP.net as per reference url https://github.com/zxed/net-klaviyo First name , last name and Email id are able to submit into klaviyo account, but Phone no , address ,city , state ,zip code and country fields values does not pass Could you please help RegardsRamesh
I want clarification how emailable profiles are populated into my account? Are they people who visited my website or made a certain action?Do I have permission to email them even if they have not signed up for my emails?What's the point of generating these profiles that are not subscribers? How I can use them in my marketing?
I’m creating 2 different lead magnets. One is a pop up on my site that will offer a dollar amount off and the other will be a landing page (where the link will be posted on social or an ad) with an offer to our free resource library. The first emails for these welcome flows will differ as one will have a coupon code and the other will have a password to the resource library. Do I create 2 lists to trigger these flows or one list that is segmented to trigger each flow? If segmented, what qualifier would denote the trigger? What I don’t want is someone who opted in to the coupon to receive an email saying “here’s your password to our resource library” and vice versa. Could someone suggest the best way to set this up? Thanks.
The easiest way to accomplish this is to use the update profile property action functionality using a flow. To start, create a flow triggered by someone being added to each list in your account. Once you have created the flow trigger, add in an Updated Profile Property action. You can create a profile property called List Membership and then assign a value of the list name.For more information on how to do this, head to this article on the Update Profile Property action.Your next step is to back-populate the flow. Choose the second option to schedule emails relative to when I hit the back-populate button. As long as you only add the update profile property action to your flow, no messages will send out because your flow does not contain any emails or SMS. Instead, this will send all of the customers in your list through the flow to add the custom property to their user profiles in Klaviyo.You then have two options to export these profiles and know what list they are a part of: You can
First I'm not native in English :) I'm coming from Active Campaign and find Klaviyo a bit confusing as a beginner here. I'll try to explain what I need and what my challenges are.In AC I had the option to add tags to people either on signup (forms) or manually, based on the tags they went into automation (flows). I'll try to explain my setup in AC and hopefully, someone here gets it and can point me in the right direction. In AC I had a setup for new clients (webdesign business) where I added a new client manually and added tags to them based on the services have with me. The whole idea was to send them into automation where they based on the tags got some info/education about the service they bought. Say I have 6 services, now I add the client to a list (new_clients) and add 3 services to them with tags, then they go into automation where all 6 services have 3-5 emails. Because of the tags, the automation check (split) if they have the tag for service 1, if no, (skip) and go to nex
First post :DI have looked around in the help docs but couldn’t find any details on this… Is it possible to add a blacklist of domains we don’t want to accept subscribers from? I think it would be a very cool feature to avoid spam traps, scrappers (like Milled) and others.Thanks in advance!
If you’re importing a list into Klaviyo, proper formatting is very important. I wanted to share some of the most common issues with importing lists and some troubleshooting tips on how to fix them. Check that:Your file is a .csv (comma-separated values) file. If you’re in Europe, your spreadsheet software may export .csv files using semi-colons “;” not commas “,”. You can change this by going to your devices regional settings > advanced settings and changed the symbol used to separate lists. The first row contains column headers The email column header is properly named Name the column either “Email” or “Email Address” You do not have duplicate headers (this includes blank headers!) If you are receiving an error message about duplicate headers in your sheet and you double-checked that all your columns have unique names, delete any blank columns from your sheet and try uploading again. The file size is 50 MB or fewer Every row has an email address associated with it No duplicate
The short answer is: Depends on where you delete the lists.I want to delete the list or segment, NOT the profilesIf you are browsing your Lists & Segments tab and decide to delete a list or segment from there, rest assured you will not be deleting the profiles on those lists! You will only be deleting that specific grouping of people. To delete a list or segment, select the three dots to the right of the list and select delete.I want to delete a specific group of profiles from my Klaviyo accountIf however you do want to remove the profiles in a list or segment, go to Account > Settings > Profile Maintence and select the list or segment of profiles you wish to permanently remove from your Klaviyo account. It’s important to note that when you delete a profile, you delete all of the data associated with the profile from Klaviyo, and you will be unable to include any past purchases in Klaviyos analytics. Depending on your needs, you may want to suppress those profiles instead. Ha
A list is a static collection of people’s email addresses and/or phone numbers grouped under an identifiable label. They contain anyone who has subscribed to the list and will only grow or shrink as people either subscribe or unsubscribe. As a general best practice, we recommend having a single main list that contains all of your active profiles who consented to receive marketing from your brand.Meanwhile, segments are defined by a set of conditions rather than a fixed list of people. A segment will grow as new people meet the conditions and shrink as people no longer meet them, updating automatically and in-real time.For more details, head to our article, The Difference Between Lists and Segments. You can use segments to level up your campaign strategy, trigger flows, target forms, sync with social media, or analyze your marketing performance. Need ideas for types of segments to build? Check out this article on creating customer engagement tiers.
Maybe it’s the holidays or maybe you have a big product launch coming up! Either way, this is a use case where you’ll likely need to target multiple lists and segments with the same email. Klaviyo will not send the email more than once. Your campaign will know that is someone on more than one of the lists/segments included, and ensure that they only get the email one time! To include multiple lists or segments within the same campaign, use the Send to dropdown under the Recipients section of the campaign builder and select your audiences.Pro tip - you can search for your lists or segments by typing in their names or scroll through the dropdown until you find the ones you’re looking to target. Happy sending!
Segmentation is one of the most powerful tools in Klaviyo! Segments update automatically and immediately.Once you create a segment, it will pull in customers that meet the definitions you set from anywhere in your Klaviyo account – this is why it’s important to confine a segment to a specific list if you’re using it for campaign targeting. Otherwise, you risk sending to people who have not opted in to receive your marketing messages!There are two exceptions to be aware of when discussing how often segments update: Segments that rely on relative time conditions, which are only true after a certain period of time (i.e. purchased from an email at least 5 days ago) - these types of segments update every 24 hours instead of real-time. Segments that rely on all “negative” conditions (i.e. everyone that is not in several specified lists) - these types of segments may update with a slight delay. If you’re new to segmentation and want to learn more, check out our guide!
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