Quick Launch is the first step with getting started with Springbot! Quick Launch is an automated step wizard that helps set up important settings for your store. You can change any of the information you input here later by navigating to the Store tab in your Springbot dashboard. Check out the video below to learn more:
These three fields should include you, the main user of Springbot's, information. The name and phone number won't be viewable by your customers - just our internal Springbot team.
Store Name: This should be your business name. However you have your store name typed is how it will show to your customer, so ensure that spelling & appearance is correct!
Address: This is necessary to have on file, as you have to include an address on your email campaigns to comply with the CAN-SPAM Act. A brick & mortar address, personal address or PO box can all be used here. o
Default From Name: This should replicate your Store Name. This is the from name your customers will see in their inbox.
If you use the[[customer_first_name]] dynamic tag and we don’t have a subscriber’s first name, this will be how you greet them in your email. Valued Customer, Friend, Shopper are all good options here. You can also choose something more specific to your brand i.e., Shoe Lover, Fashion Fan, etc.
This is the email address you will send your emails from. This address must be from your store's domain. @gmail.com, @yahoo.com, etc. will not be permitted here. If you need help setting up an email address from your domain, click here for additional resources. Once you’ve typed in this address, click Send Verification Email. This will send an email to the from address you’ve entered. When you receive this email, you must open and click the button inside to verify your address. This is a very important step - you cannot send emails from Springbot until this address has been verified!
This feature is primarily used for stores located in the UK & EU to remain GDPR compliant. If you select this option, you’ll also need to use our Confirmation Automation. This is a double opt-in process for your new subscribers and they won’t officially be on your list until they confirm they subscribed to your list via the confirmation email they receive. This applies to all new subscribers who sign up for your email list via your Email Sign Up Form or Embedded Form.
This activates our one-click unsubscribe feature, which allows subscribers to easily remove themselves from all your email lists with just one click.
If you have any additional users that will be using Springbot, please add in them on this page. Once added, they should receive an email prompting them to create their own password. You can also subscribe these users to weekly Springbot reporting emails.
Adroll: If Adroll is a part of your Springbot package, you will want to click on this integration.
You will see a section that says, "Custom Checkout URL." You do not need to complete this field unless you are confident that your store has a custom checkout URL that is not the default one provided by your shopping cart. (Just in case, leave this blanks & reach out to email@example.com to double check for you!)
For the Facebook & Instagram fields, complete these steps and Adroll will be connected to those two channels.
Smile.io: This is a loyalty program that Springbot integrates with. If you utilize Smile.io & want to connect it to Springbot, simply click on it and follow the prompts. More info found here.
Facebook, Instagram & Twitter: Connecting your preferred social media channels will allow you to utilize Springbot's social media features - like scheduling posts and viewing engagement. More info found here.
Zapier: If you utilize Zapier & want to connect it to Springbot, simply click on it and follow the prompts. More info found here.
Recaptcha: reCAPTCHA is a free service offered through Google that allows you to better protect your website from spam by providing a test to help screen out bots.
Google Analytics: There are a few reporting metrics (like Unique Visitors, Sessions, Bounce Rate & Session Duration) that Springbot doesn't have access to. Connecting your store's Google Analytics account will fill in those reporting gaps.