We're proud to announce that you can now use conditional content when creating a newsletter/
You can now add custom attributes to subscribers
Besides sending newsletters and drip campaigns, Mailcoach can take care of the transactional mails that your application needs to send out.
Getting started with Mailcoach now becomes much more easy.
Using the shadow DOM, we can ensure that the sent newsletter we display in the archive is not affected by the layout of our website.
The Twitter Revue newsletter service will shut down soon. Luckily you can easily move your audience over to Mailcoach.
This feature will help leading your audience to your older content.
Both self-hosted Mailcoach and Mailcoach Cloud offer a powerful API to integrate Mailcoach's functionalities in your app. To hit the ground running, we now offer easy to use SDKs.
MailChimp gets expensive fast when your audience grows. Luckily, our service is much more affordable. Here's how to move your audience from MailChimp to Mailcoach
A major feature of Mailcoach is the ability to automate emails. Here's how you can use this feature and how we use it to promote our other Spatie products.
Our newest package makes the Mailcoach Markdown editor easily installable in Filament.
In Mailcoach Cloud and the upcoming v6 of the self-hosted version of Mailcoach, we've made it much simpler to connect an email-sending service to Mailcoach.
In this blog post, we'd like to explain why and how we did this.
In a standard Laravel application, you can schedule Artisan commands in your console kernel. While that works for most projects, we took a different route in Mailcoach. Instead of scheduling commands, we're scheduling jobs.
Using our Markdown editor, you can easily add links and other Markdown to any content. As a bonus, our Markdown editor also provides automatic code highlighting for hundreds of programming languages.
Let's take a look at how we handle the server load that goes with sending a lot of emails.