No, it doesn't.
The webhook URL should be automatically generated every time you save your settings and should not be edited in MailChimp.
You just have to create your interest groups in MailChimp and the extension will automatically list groups below list name.
In order to create a new interest group you have to loggin into your MailChimp account go to your list choose "Groups" tab and click on "Create Groups".
In order to implement the MailChimp sign up embed forms follow this simple steps:
1) Search for the list you want the users be subscribed:
2) Select from the settings menu the option For Your Website -> Signup Form Embed Code
3) In this page you can customize your form adding fields and editing some display settings:
After this you can add css styles and finish to customize your form. And finally paste this code in the place you want.
4) Copy the generated code below the form preview and check that the fields have the correct names. The names of the fields in the form has to be the sames as in the Settings -> List Fields and *|MERGE|* Tags section and in your Magento under System -> Configuration -> MageMonkey you have to got the same merge fields so at the moment the user fill the form we can match this fields with the given ones.
Check here to see how to configure the fields Mapping.
If you just installed our extension and you already have subscribers in Magento and want to send to MailChimp you can make an export.
In order to do this in the admin panel you have to go to Newsletter -> MailChimp -> Bulk Sync -> Export.
In the dropdown "Data Source" you have two options:
1) Subscribe Magento customers to MailChimp (send ALL the customers you have in Magento)
2) Send Magento Newsletter subscribers to MailChimp (send just the customers subscribed to the newsletter)
The export process run every one hour, but if you are hurry you can install this extension and will be able to run it instantaneously.
Important: You dont need to run the export everytime, the export it's just for the first time you install the extension or for export the list to a new list or a particular situation.
Every new subscriber in your site will be send to MilChimp automatically
If you just installed our extension and you already have subscribers in MailChimp and want to bring them to Magento you can make an import.
In order to do this in the admin panel you have to go to Newsletter -> MailChimp -> Bulk Sync -> Import.
In this section you will see a few options:
1) Choose Lists (This are your MailChimp lists, you have to select the list/s your subscribers are)
2) Statuses to import (Maybe you just want to bring just the users subscribed to your list or maybe the Unsubscribed, Cleaned and Updated too)
3) Create customer accounts (we give you the option to create a new account for those users that are not already in Magento)
4) Retrieve data since (You can define the date that your subscribers were added to MailChimp)
The import process run every one hour, but if you are hurry you can install this extension and will be able to run it instantaneously.
Important: You dont need to run the import everytime, the import it's just for the first time you install the extension or a particular situation.
Every new subscriber in MailChimp will be send to Magento automatically
It depend on how you have configured your Magento cron process, if you don't know please contact your server support.
By default we run the process (import/export) every one hour, you can change this values editing the file app/code/community/Ebizmarts/MageMonkey/etc/config.xml
There is a particular line for the import and another for the export, they looks like this:
<schedule><cron_expr>0 * * * *</cron_expr></schedule>
If you want to edit please be sure that the value it's correct, for more information about cron please visit this link
In the most part of the cases in which the status of the Import or Export process keep always as IDLE it's because the cron it's not configured properly
In order for the Bulk Sync jobs, export and import, process the data, its necessary to have Magentos cron running first.
You can do this easily if you have shell access to the server by enabling a crontask, for example
then when the cronjobs list appear add Magentos cron to run every 5 minutes
*/5 * * * * /bin/sh /absolute/path/to/magento/cron.sh
please change /absolute/path/to/magento/cron.sh to your .sh file absolute path. There is a great extension on Magento Connect, its called AOE Scheduler that allows you to visualize all cron tasks and current status, errors, schedule, etc. MageMonkey's bulk jobs will run every hour and job codes are as follows.
For those users that use Magento Enteprise or just don't want to use Magento Connect to install our extension you can visit our store where you can download the last version.
This HOWTO will assume -and require- that you've a certain knowledge about PHP programming.
Remember to backup your files and try this in a local/dev environment first.
There're three main steps to add a new value into your subscriptions.
You need to go to your MailChimp List and add your new field.
After that, go to "Settings / List fields and *|MERGE|* tags", and assign to your new field a MERGE tag (we will use this merge tag value in step 2).
Now, you need to add your value in the Field Mapping, so MageMonkey knows that this value needs to be added (view configuration section).
In Magento column you need to put a unique lowercase name for this new value (with no special characters or spaces).
In MailChimp column, you need to put the exact same MERGE tag that you assigned to your field List.
Last part, is to actually retrieve your value and insert it into the mergevars of MageMonkey.
Within this function, you'll find a big SWITCH, where all Field Mappings are evaluated.
What you need to do, is to add a new "case" with the name that you used in FieldMapping / Magento column.
// put in here all your code to retrieve your value.
// and later assign it to $merge_vars[$key]
$yourVariable = 'This data will be pushed.';
$merge_vars[$key] = $yourVariable;
As you can see, we're not explicitly specifying the "MageMonkey/FieldMapping/MailChimp column" value that we configured earlier. That's because it's being assigned in the $merge_vars array, by the $key variable.
Within your case, do your stuff to retrieve the desired value and finally assign it to $merge_vars[$key].
Let's see an example!
Let's imagine that we want to add the City of the Customer.
In your MailChimp List field, you've assigned "CITY" as the MERGE tag.
In MageMonkey / FieldMapping / Magento column: city
In MageMonkey / FieldMapping / MailChimp column: CITY
So we'll add this code into the SWITCH:
// all the code to retrieve the city into the variable $myCity
$myCity = 'My City Name';
$merge_vars[$key] = $myCity;
And that's it!
Remember that if you update your MageMonkey module, this changes could be lost. So backup your files before/after doing this change.