Thank you for your quick response, is a curiosity some programs incorporate the output of all lists but are indepedientes or in your user profile subscription lists where your email and can handle to enable or disable communications from these lists from a common area .
Thank you for your answer ... your program I liked it
Aha! I see now what you mean, you want to see in which lists you are already subscribed when you view your profile as a subscriber, and maybe also the ability to unsubscribe from those lists as well. This has been requested before i believe but it didn't gain traction since you could achieve the same by using the API.
Related, is it possible to use 'manage your subscription' instead of 'unsubscribe', so the user could change email, unsubscribe from all lists, this list, change frequency, personal details, etc?
@frm.mwz - not at this point, though this should be implemented. It poses some issues though given that multiple lists can have various custom fields, so in this case, what personal details you edit ? Another thing, what if an email is part of multiple customer accounts, do we show the lists from all accounts? Is this "okay" to do ?
Only show what relates to that particular subscriber from that particular list.
Maybe leave this part, re changing details, for later, first give the option to change email address and unsubscribe and change frequency of email, and perhaps other feedback options (eg, what would you like to see/improved, etc; see other providers in their forms), as these are good for the beginning to have on the 'manage subscription form'. This 'manage subscription form' should have an unsubscribe option (not the first or last option in terms of design/placement), so the form can be used in lieu of the simple, one click unsubscribe. This way, you can adjust to the customer's wishes or even offer a bonus/gift, but keep the customer (as acquisition costs ten times more than retention).
Try to avoid showing all lists from all accounts, as the customer is already in change mode when on that form.