With Push Planet, you can easily create and maintain email subscription preference centers and landing pages that sync data to Iterable, with no HTML or software development needed. For example:
You can host pages on
pushplanet.com, on your custom domain, or a subdomain of
your own site (e.g.
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Push Planet will configure your Iterable integration for you, full service—just reach out to email@example.com.
Alternatively, follow the process below to link your Push Planet account to Iterable and create reusable integrations you can attach to your pages. If you need to send data to different lists from different landing pages or preference centers, you can create a separate integration for each situation.
1. In Push Planet, create an integration with Iterable
First, add an Iterable integration to your Push Planet account:
From your Push Planet account, navigate to Integrations and click New Integration:
From the Integration drop-down menu, select Iterable:
2. Create an Iterable API key and give it to Push Planet
Next, create an API key in Iterable, and use it in Push Planet to authenticate your Iterable account:
In your Iterable account, create a Standard API key.
In Push Planet, use this key to authenticate your Iterable account:
3. Configure the integration
Finally, configure the Iterable integration in Push Planet. To do this:
In the integrations list, click [Choose a List]:
Select a list:
In Push Planet, each integration is tied to one list. For preference centers you will likely need to create multiple integrations, one for each email list.
(Optional) By default, Push Planet maps the
LAST_NAMEfields. To modify field mappings:
For new or existing Iterable fields, enter the Iterable Field Name and choose its associated Push Planet Field Value. Iterable fields can be created dynamically.
Additionally, you can change the field value to Static (always the same value) or Blank (to overwrite/blank out an Iterable field).
For Push Planet implementation and support, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your Iterable CSM.