Mailchimp 's mobile app makes it easy to manage your account on the go. Create and edit campaigns, track account activity, edit campaign information, view campaign reports, and add new contacts directly from your mobile device.
This app can do a lot for you when you're out and about, but it's not meant to replace the full version of Mailchimp. If you need to do something in your account that isn't available in the mobile app, access the full version of Mailchimp in a web browser.
In this article, you'll learn what you can do with our mobile app.
Before You Start
Here are some things to know before you begin this process.
- Just getting started? For more information on how to set up Mailchimp, check out our article on how to use Mailchimp on mobile devices.
- This article uses a Nexus 5 to demonstrate Mailchimp's features. Other Android devices may render the same features slightly differently.
- Depending on your user level, you may not have access to all the features in this article. Owners, Admins, and Managers have full access to our mobile app.
- Mailchimp's mobile app is also available for iOS devices.
The Home tab is an at-a-glance view of how your campaigns are doing. It syncs with your account data as you build your audience and complete campaigns.
The Home tab includes three sections:
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Gives you a glimpse of your audience growth, campaign engagement, and e-commerce performance for your connected stores.
- Recently Completed
Displays statistics for your recently completed campaigns
Shows performance data for your automations, ads, landing pages, and other ongoing campaign types.
On the Audience tab, you’ll see performance stats for your audience, including information on opens, clicks, subscribes, and unsubscribes.
You can also manage your audience from this tab. Here are some tasks and how to complete them.
- Share the audience's signup form
Tap the three dots icon in the upper-right corner of the screen, and tap Share to share your audience's signup form via email, SMS text message, or other available app.
- Edit the audience settings
Tap the three dots icon in the upper-right corner of the screen, and tap Edit Audience Settings. Editable audience information includes: audience name, permission reminder, from name, from email address, and contact information.
- Delete an audience
Tap the three dots icon in the upper-right corner of the screen, and tap Edit Audience Settings. Tap Delete Audience and follow the instructions.
- Add a contact
Tap the add contact button.
- View all audience contacts
Tap Contacts at the top of the overview.
- View contact profiles
Tap any address to view the contact's full profile.
- Sort and filter subscribers in your audience
Scroll to the Your Contacts section and choose your criteria: All contacts, VIPs, Contacts by group, Contact locations, and Contact email clients.
If you have more than one audience, you can switch between them by tapping the current audience dropdown icon to the right of your audience name. The audience you switch to will become the new default in your account.
The Campaigns tab displays all of your emails, automated emails, and ads. To create a draft campaign, tap the plus icon in the lower-right corner.
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Use the filter tool to sort and find your campaigns by status: All, Drafts, Ongoing, and Completed. To filter the campaigns, tap the filter icon in the upper-left corner.
After you find the campaign you want to work with, tap it and take one of these actions. Available actions vary by the campaign type you open.
These emails and ads haven’t been sent yet.
- Edit an email campaign
Tap PREVIEW AND EDIT to make changes to a draft email campaign.
- Edit email campaign information
Scroll to view or edit the campaign information. Tap any field to edit it. You can edit the campaign name, recipients, email subject, from name, and from email address.
- Send a test email campaign
Tap Send test email and choose who to send it to. Choose Send to me or enter an email address, and tap SEND TEST to send a test email. You can send a test to one email address at a time.
- Send an email campaign
Tap the send icon in the lower-right corner of the screen. Review the checklist for your campaign. If there are issues with your campaign, tap the alert to return to your draft and resolve the problem. When your campaign is ready to send, press Touch and hold to send.
- Schedule an email campaign
Tap the send icon in the lower-right corner of the screen. Then, tap SCHEDULE FOR LATER at the bottom of the screen. Choose the date and time you would like to send your campaign, then press Touch and Hold to Schedule.
- View ad campaign information
Scroll to view the campaign information, like campaign name, status, channel, audience, date published, budget, and links to. To edit an ad campaign, log in to Mailchimp.com from a web browser.
Ongoing campaigns include automations, RSS campaigns, and ads.
- Pause and Edit an RSS campaign
Tap Pause and Edit to pause sending and make changes to a RSS campaign.
- Resume sending an RSS campaign
Tap Resume Campaign at the bottom of the campaign information.
- Edit a draft automated email
On the overview screen, tap the email you want to edit. Then tap Edit and Preview.
- View the reports for an automation
On the automation overview screen, tap an individual email to view the report.
- View campaign information for published, rejected, or canceled ads
Scroll to view the campaign information. For more information about why an ad campaign was rejected, log in to Mailchimp.com from a web browser.
Here, you’ll find campaigns that are done sending.
- Access the report for a sent campaign
Tap the reports icon in the lower-right corner of the screen.
- Resend a sent email campaign
Open the campaign preview and tap Replicate at the bottom of the campaign information. In the new, replicated campaign, edit your recipients and send the campaign again.
- Resend a regular email campaign to non-openers
It’s easy to resend an email to the people who haven’t opened it yet. In a regular email campaign, tap Resend to non-openers. To view the campaign, tap Preview. To make changes, tap Edit Campaign. Then, Touch and hold to resend.
Use this filter to view all of your draft, ongoing, and completed campaigns.
- Delete a draft email campaign
Open any campaign and tap Delete at the bottom of the campaign information.
The Reports tab displays reports for recent emails, ads, postcards, and landing pages. Tap any campaign to view its report and access other tasks.
On the Overview screen of any campaign report, you'll find detailed information and statistics, including the campaign send time and a 24-hour performance graph.
From here, you can also complete these tasks.
- Find out how contacts interacted with you
Tap the result to view the associated contacts for any of these statistics: opens, clicks, unsubscribes, and abuse complaints.
- Look at a sent campaign
Tap the View Campaign button in the lower-right corner.
- View an email campaign e-commerce report
Tap Revenue and Orders. Use the toggle to view orders placed or products sold from your campaign.
- Resend a regular email campaign to non-openers
Tap Resend to non-openers. To view the campaign, tap Preview. To make changes, tap Edit Campaign. Then Touch and hold to resend.
- Look at a sent campaign
Tap the view campaign icon in the lower-right corner.
- Cancel a sent campaign
Touch and hold Need to cancel? This feature is only available with Mailchimp Pro, or our Premium plan. Campaigns must have at least 10,000 recipients to use this feature.
- View an ad campaign e-commerce report
Tap Revenue and People Reached to view products sold from recent orders.
Our mobile app includes two handy widgets for your device's home screen, so you can quickly access parts of your account without opening the app.
- Add Subscriber
Use the Add Subscriber widget as a shortcut to add a new contact to your audience. Tap the widget to add a subscriber, or tap the three dots icon to choose a different audience.
- Last Email Campaign
The Last Email Campaign widget shows an overview of your most recent email campaign. We’ll display the campaign name, number of subscribers sent to, percentage of opens and clicks, and when the campaign was sent. Tap View to open the campaign overview.