With Mailster you can log outgoing emails in WordPress. Head over to Newsletter => Settings to find the “Logging” tab.
Mailster can use RSS Feeds to automatically create your recurring autoresponders. This method is useful if you like to use content from a different website. If you like to use posts from your own site (where Mailster is installed) you better go with regular dynamic tags.
Mailster has a powerful tag engine built in where you can dynamically populate your newsletter campaigns. Dynamic Custom Post Types work similarly to regular post types but are not stored in your database but generate content on demand.
If you are familiar with dynamic posts in Mailster you will quickly understand the usage of random posts.
With Mailster you can use over 1.000.000 photos for free directly in the editor. All photos are released under the Unsplash License.
User or Subscriber ratings are a quick way to see the most engaging subscribers in Mailster.
Images say more than a thousand words. You may know this when adding a Feature Image to your posts but now you can do this for your newsletter campaigns too.
For users who have many new subscribers each day it quickly gets annoying to receive a notification for each new fan. If you still like to know your subscribers you can enable this option to get a nice summary of recent subscriptions.
If your subscribers are located at different timezone and you still like to reach them at the best time of the day this is the option you are looking for.
Segmentation lets you target your audience more specifically. This way you can send your campaigns only to a certain user group.