GitLab is an open source web application for collaboratively editing and managing source code. It can be used to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
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GitLab + MailerLiteCreate/Update Subscriber to MailerLite from New Commit in GitLab Read More...
GitLab + MailerLiteRemove Subscriber From a Group in MailerLite when New Commit is created in GitLab Read More...
GitLab + MailerLiteUnsubscribe Subscriber in MailerLite when New Commit is created in GitLab Read More...
GitLab + MailerLiteCreate/Update Subscriber to MailerLite from New Merge Request Event in GitLab Read More...
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Trigger when a commit is made on the specified project.
Triggers on issue events, e.g. when an issue is opened, updated, or closed.
Triggers when a new job occurred.
Triggers on an open, merge, or close merge request event.
Triggers when a Campaigns is sent.
Triggers when a new subscriber is created.
Triggers when a subscriber is added to a group.
Triggers when an email to a subscriber bounces.
Triggers when a subscriber has been removed from a group.
Triggers when a subscriber has unsubscribed from your mailing list.
Creates a new subscriber or updates the existing by email address.
Remove single subscriber from specified group.
Sets a contact's status to 'Unsubscribed'.
MailerLite is a company that helps you create and send beautiful email newsletters. They have a variety of pricing options ranging from free to $199 per month.This blog post will be about how GitLab works with MailerLite to make email marketing better.
GitLab has the option to create an issue template. This can be used for any type of issue. There are a lot of predetermined templates to choose from, but there's also an option to set up additional templates for specific needs.Here is an example of what an issue template looks like:If a user adds a label to an issue they can set it as a required label. This allows the project owner to see if all steps are completed.Here is an example of what an issue template looks like:All MailerLite projects have labels that can be added to issues. These labels add context to the email when sending out campaigns.There are two main types of emails that can be sent out using MailerLite. Newsletters and transactional emails. A newsletter is created by creating a template and adding the emails that will be sent out in the campaign. Transactional emails are created by adding recipients and variables into an existing template.In GitLab, issues can be created with a certain label. When a person creates a new issue with this label, a new email will automatically be sent to the recipient. These types of emails are called "transactional" emails because they are usually sent after completing another step such as merging a Pull Request. Here is what a transactional email looks like:
Using the GitLab integration makes it easier to keep track of all issues related to a newsletter or transaction. Instead of having to go through several different websites, everything can be found in one place!
The integration between GitLab and MailerLite makes it simple to manage all aspects of sending out emails related to your project. In addition, MailerLite offers great pricing options depending on your needs!
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