Looking for help with your list?
Mailchimp lists are now called audiences. They include the same data and functionality as before, along with valuable new insights about your contacts. As we introduce this change over time, you’ll notice fewer places where we still say list. Learn more about this change.
Mailchimp is a web-based application, so the workflow when using our application is different from a desktop program that you install on your computer. Internet connections are fluid and don't allow for the same stability associated with desktop programs. If you are logged out unexpectedly while working in your Mailchimp account, check out the following tips.
- Select the Stay Logged In option on our login page. For this feature to work, enable cookies in your web browser.
- If we detect a period of inactivity in your session while you are logged in to your account, you may see a timeout alert. Enter your password and click the Resume Session button in the pop-up modal.
- Make sure you're using the latest version of Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chrome.
- Try clearing your browser's cache and cookies. Cookies are used to track if you're logged in to your account and browsers store, or cache, information to help web pages load faster. Over time, this information can build up and result in unexpected browsing behavior until you clear the browser's cache and cookies.
- Are there any extensions, plugins, or add-ons enabled in your browser? We've seen cases where these extras can interfere with your Mailchimp session and cause you to get logged out unexpectedly. If you're getting logged out of your Mailchimp account frequently, you'll want to try using a different browser or remove/disable any extensions, plugins, or add-ons in your current browser.
Connection to the Mailchimp application can be lost if the internet connection goes out or is too slow. In these cases, you may be prompted to log in to restore your session.