Privacy Policy updated

The phpList.com Privacy Policy has been updated. Please take a moment to review the new policy which has been drafted to clearly explain how your data is used and why, in compliance with new European Data Protection laws. The phpList.com Privacy Policy can be accessed, as before, at https://phplist.com/privacy.

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Managing subscriber’s consent using phpList

Managing subscriber consent correctly will become even more important on Friday, when Europe enacts new data protection legislation. If you’re unsure of whether all your subscribers have provided you with adequate consent to receive your messages, it’s easy to request it again using your phpList account. Re-requesting permission The simplest way to obtain consent is […]

Screenshot of the new phpList dashboard

Introducing the new phpList interface

Big news! The long awaited overhaul of phpList’s interface is now being deployed to hosted accounts. As the most requested improvement by phpList customers, we’re delighted to be delivering what people want this holiday season. Here’s a run down of the standout improvements. Dapper dashboard The redesigned dashboard conveniently summarises your account status and campaign […]

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Answer your phpList and Email Marketing Questions with the New Knowledgebase

Over the past few months, you’ve heard from us about the progress of our major user interface redesign. Today we have another improvement to announce: a new Knowledgebase with articles about getting more value out of your account. The Knowledgebase addresses all common questions from phpList users and includes advice on brilliant content and effective […]

An accessible phpList subscription page

Accessible phpList: Section 508 and 255 Government standards

In the USA, technology procured by federal organisations is required to meet the guidelines in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act and Section 255 of the Communications Act. These guidelines are designed to ensure that citizens and federal employees who have physical, sensory, or cognitive disabilities can access information comparably to those who do not […]