Monthly Archives: September 2017

WatuPRO Bridge to GetResponse

This free bridge is for customers who manage their mailing lists and newsletters with GetResponse. Similarly to our MailChimp bridge, this plugin will let you automatically subscribe users who take quizzes to your campaigns in GetResponse.

Download version 0.4 (7 KB)

The bridge will respect GetResponse double opt-in settings for the given campaign. There is no way to overwrite this.

To use the bridge you will need your GetResponse API key. If you are on GetResponse360 you also need to select your type and enter your domain.

Please note that it takes some time for a subscriber to be sent a confirmation email. So subscribers will not appear immediately in your GetResponse campaign. Do not email us about this.

If you’d rather not pay monthly fees and leave your mailing list data in someone else’s hand, we recommend you our premium WordPress Autoresponder / Drip marketing suite. It comes with one-time fee and optional yearly upgrade fees, and there is also free bridge for connecting WatuPRO.

[WatuPRO] How To Change The Wording On True / False Questions

WatuPRO has a handy “true/false” question type. Essentially this is just a “single choice” question with pre-defined options – true and false.

If you want to change the words “True” and “False” to something else or to another language you need to use Loco Translate just like you would do when translating the plugin interface.

However this will not change the words of questions already created. For these questions the words True and False are inserted in the database as choices on a single choice question.

To change them you need to install the free SQL executioner plugin. Then you’ll need to run two queries in it. Let’s for example assume you want to change True to the French Oui and False to No. The queries will be (obviously you have to replace “Oui” and “No” with the words you want to use!):

UPDATE $watupro_answer SET answer='Oui' WHERE answer='True' AND question_id IN (SELECT ID FROM $watupro_question WHERE truefalse=1)

Paste the above query and hit “Execute”.

UPDATE $watupro_answer SET answer='No' WHERE answer='False' AND question_id IN (SELECT ID FROM $watupro_question WHERE truefalse=1)

Paste the above query and hit “Execute”.

That’s it.