Batch delivery feature for emails
When you schedule an email using a batch delivery feature, the campaign can be sent to a section of your list instead of sending to your entire list at once. This would allow us to choose the number of recipients in each batch as well as the time lapse between each batch. This helps control traffic to your website and prevents potential strain on your server or website-crushing click floods. Also, sending an email to multiple recipients within the same company can cause their email firewall to report it as spam. Attached is an example Mailchimp's feature that has helps avoid these issues.
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Andrew Graft commented
I really love this. To effectively service respondents in a list, it makes sense not to flood an entire list at once. People who may call looking for help are that much more likely to get voicemail during the spike of activity that's generated. We'd really rather have more in-person conversations.
Katie Ireland commented
I totally agree with this! It will save so much time so you don't have to split out lists and clone emails. Also means we can respond more effectively to marketing communications!
Cory Perry commented
Yes! This should really be a core feature of HS already. This would be very useful as I currently have to segment lists outside of HS and then import them in based on how I want to send out the emails. It would be great to import my entire list and then segment that list based on different criteria.
Jon Feagain commented
Can these be combined so our votes count collectively