Send one-off emails at specific trigger points across your automation. For instance, if a subscriber makes a purchase you might want to send them a simple email to thank them.
Send notification emails in Workflows and Rules to notify yourself or others on your team at targeted automation points. These emails are sent only to recipients that you specify and will never send to your subscribers.
You can use Drip to schedule SMS messages to your subscribers.
Campaign level confirmation email Auxiliary emails are the emails sent when you have double opt-in turned on for a campaign.
You can create a special link that, when a subscriber clicks it, automates actions in Drip. These are called Trigger Links.
This post is inspired by the excellent Drip + GTM setup video from Julian Juenemann of GTMTraining.com.
To access the RSS-to-Email feature, it must first be turned on in your account. Contact support to have this feature activated in your account.
In this article, you will learn about tags, events, and custom fields. These data points are the most common criteria used when creating Segments in Drip. They allow you to better understand your subscribers, which in turn gives you more leverage in determining how to communicate with them through their customer journey.