Features and improvements we've recently shipped.
We just rolled out our new paid posts feature so you can tease the content you curate in your paid newsletter and convert more readers into paying subscribers.
You can do this creating a public newsletter feed, so you can showcase both your free and paid email content all in one place. By doing so, potential readers can get a taste of what you’re offering before they subscribe. To learn more about how to set up paid posts, check out the support documentation here.
Pico just launched a native ConvertKit integration. If you currently use Pico and sync between two platforms through Zapier, you can now switch to the native integration via the Apps page of the Pico Dashboard. To set it up, all you'll need is your ConvertKit API key, which you can find under Settings > Advanced.
Our Commerce product is now available in Brazil! This is the latest addition to the list of countries that are eligible to use ConvertKit Commerce—our product that lets you sell digital products directly through our platform and earn an income online.
Here is the full list of countries that we currently support:
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia , Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States
We’ve rolled out a new dashboard to make insights more digestible and accessible to all of you. This new dashboard is personalized to your account which displays snapshots of insights, including subscriber growth, email and landing page performance, deliverability report, and more.
We know how important text formatting is to you. For creators using the new email editor, you will now have the ability to change text to H2 and H3 in our new email editor directly from the menu.
You can now add default content to your email templates to make writing emails a simpler task in your future. When you create a broadcast or sequence using an email template, it’ll start with the default content you added, which you can edit for your new email. This means saving time on duplicating old broadcasts to make a similar one. Changing the default content for a template won’t affect any of your existing emails using that template. It only affects the starting point for emails moving forward.
To add default content, open an email template in the template editor and enter your default content in between the tags that say “Start of default content”/“End of default content”. Then click the “Save” button.
You can now create a product with “pay what you want” pricing. This new feature allows you to set a minimum price for a digital product you’ve created so you can give your audience the option to choose how much to pay. Creators who struggle with knowing the value of their product can use this feature to test out how they can monetize their audience and even use it as a tool to engage and build trust with their audience. To learn more about how to use this feature, check out the support documentation here.
You can now display up to three different subscription pricing plans for a single product. You can offer different price points for different content tiers, or offer a discount for longer subscription periods.
Creators on ConvertKit can now easily integrate with Bandsintown, making promoting tours and live events a lot easier. Simply import your tour dates into your email, format and send!