Creating Multi-Step Automations in a Free MailChimp AccountUsing the 'Daisy Chain' Method
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Thanks for this
I am new to blogging and just trying to set up
MailChimp on the blog
My question is this why do we have to create all those tags? From the training video we are able to set when an email goes
Can’t we set our triggers for mail 2, 3 and 4 to be
Send 2 days after Tag 1 is attached
Send 3 days after Tag 1 is attached
Send 4 days after Tag 1 is attached
I am new and just thinking out loud