GetResponse has a new look.
If you are hearing GetResponse for the first time then let me tell you, it’s the World’s Easiest Email Marketing Tool.
They’ve improved their design and structure of the control panel.
Here are the main changes you can expect to see:
- New design that makes it possible to complete tasks faster. Features and functions are easy to spot, identify, and use.
- New structure designed to improve navigation. You can now add widgets to the Dashboard. Use them to select what statistics you’d like to track there. The main navigation bar on top of the Dashboard page is now organized into new features and categories. The new organization eliminates the need to click back and forth to complete tasks.
- A new feature—CRM—to create pipelines that help you match your sales process.
- New solutions that simplify and streamline the steps that you need to take to complete your tasks.
What happened to “campaigns”, “subscribers”, and “saved searches”?
Besides introducing the design, structural, and functional changes, they’ve also replaced the terms “subscribers”, “campaigns”, and “saved searches”:
- Subscribers are now contacts
- Campaigns are now contact lists
- Saved searches are now custom filters
The change doesn’t affect the way these elements are used.
How has the organization and structure changed?
When you first log into your account in the redesigned GetResponse, you’re going to see the new Dashboard.
This is what I got for the first time when I logged in after the platform got updated.
Once I clicked on “Try it now” it got me to the next pop up which was the 1st out of 8 different popups which are shown below in sequence:
By default, it shows five widgets: Subscriptions, Newsletter stats, List stats, Quick actions, and What’s new.
You can add more widgets from the Widget library to further customize your dashboard to display the information most relevant to your marketing needs.
Click on the + sign at the bottom of your screen and click “Add new widget.”
You will be able to see the complete Widget library.
Other than that you can also click the Profile icon in the top right corner to navigate to Manage account, where you can edit your account details. From Profile, you can also access Multimedia studio, manage Domains, view Billing, or get to the Integrations & API page. Note: Currently, it’s not possible to access Multiuser settings and Add-ons from the new GetResponse.
The top navigation bar takes you to GetResponse features:
- Email marketing
- Landing pages
- Forms and surveys
You can go inside each and every section of the navigation bar and it will take you inside multiple other options.
Overall, the new GetResponse updated platform is easy to use and looking simple & effective.
In case if you don’t like the revamped version, then you can always take a step back and go to your old version by clicking the option on the top which is as shown in the image below:
What are your thoughts on the new GetResponse?