Content to insert: The listed events are ordered by starting date, for events with multiple occurrences you can hover the displayed date to see the full version with the starting hour.
Display pictures: You can resize or remove pictures included in the description part of the event you insert in your email.
Display: Sometimes you may want to only display the titles of your events instead of a full view
Clickable title: A link will be added on the event's title, leading to this event's detail page on your site
Read more: If turned On, a "Read more" link will be added just below the inserted event
Truncate the text: This will cut the description part of the event you insert
Custom view: You can edit the view of the articles that you insert
If you select "By category", you will be able to insert multiple events at a time.
Content to insert: You can insert events of one or more categories, or all events if you don't select anything
Display pictures: see "One by one" options
First options: see "One by one" options
Columns: You can insert for example 2 events per row in your email
Column horizontal padding: Allows you to adjust the horizontal padding between 2 columns
Column vertical padding: Allows you to adjust the vertical padding between 2 columns
Max.number of elements: This is the maximum number of events inserted in your email
Order by: By default, events are sorted by starting date to show the ones about to begin first
From: Only insert events starting after the specified date. You can specify a relative date if you're currently creating a campaign sent automatically in its "Send settings" tab.
To: Only insert events starting before the specified date.
This trigger will execute your automation X hours/days before/after an event starts.
You can for example set up an automation that will send an email to an event's attendees 3 days after the event, asking them how it was and what could be improved.
You could also set up an automation that will remind attendees that the event they registered for will start in 2 days.
Another possibility would be to send your AcyMailing users an email including the X next events that will start in the next few days.
This filter will be available if you installed the JEvents RSVP Pro add-on:
In the first dropdown you can select the event. If you don't, the filter will select AcyMailing users that attend any event.
The second dropdown allows you to filter the attendees by registration status: if their attendance is pending, confirmed or any status.
Finally, you can refine the filter and only include users that registered between two specific dates. You can also set dynamic dates, for example 1day before < Registration Date < Now will select AcyMailing users that registered to an event between yesterday and now, each time the automation is executed (so for a daily automation, you will be able to execute actions on users that recently registered).
Here are the settings available for this add-on: Custom view: override the content inserted in your email Front-end access: this settings allows you let your users access to this add-on in the frontend campaign management or not Hide past events: This option allows you to hide or not past event in the listing in the drag & drop editor