Integrate MailingBoss With Your Messenger Chatbot

Stefan van der VlagIntegrate


Want to integrate MailingBoss in your chatbot? You’re in luck! The MailingBoss Integration is now live. This means you can now add your MailingBoss API details inside the Integration Manager on Page Level. Then on the Flow Composer, you find the MailingBoss Card. And from there, you drag ‘n drop your self a powerful automation with your favorite autoresponder.

Integrate MailingBoss with these Supported Actions

We start off this new Integration with 5 different Actions. Which is getting you most of the capabilities you need in order to make a good connection with your favorite autoresponder. But, we keep a close eye on any other API hooks! For now, you can:

Action(s) Description
Add Contact to List Adds an existing contact into any list in MailingBoss. However, if the contact does not yet exist, a new contact will be created, and then added to the list
Update Contact in List Updates an existing contact inside a list, moving the contact to a different list is also supported.
Unsubscribe from List Unsubscribes an existing contact from a list in MailingBoss.
Delete Contact from List Deletes an existing contact from a list in MailingBoss.

Integrate MailingBoss with these Supported Fields

Want subscriber data like Email Address, Phone Number, Tags, Custom Fields and more to integrate with MailingBoss? Simply fill out a couple of fields, point ‘n click a couple of times… and data is transferred over to your favorite autoresponder in a heartbeat. Here’s a small overview of what you can send over:

Supported Field(s) Description
Email Address This is the Custom Field you use to store subscriber’s email addresses in which you can send over
First Name Their Facebook First Name is automatically forwarded to MailingBoss
Last Name Their Facebook Last Name is automatically forwarded to MailingBoss
Phone Number A Phone Number can be set to any created, or updated, MailingBoss contact from Clepher.
Tags You can send tags to MailingBoss too.
Custom Fields Custom Fields can be passed manually from Clepher to MailingBoss as key, value pairs.

Final Thoughts

Great, right? I can’t wait to see what you think. So, now that you can integrate MailingBoss, how will you use it? Let us know the comments below.

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