How to collect e-mails with Coupon X for Shopify

In this guide we’ll show you how you can collect your Shopify store visitors’ e-mails in a few super simple and quick clicks.

First, open the Coupon X app in your admin panel and click on the ”Edit” option next to your widget. Click on ”Widget design” in the page that will open.

To collect your visitors’ e-mails before displaying a discount code, select the ”Collect email first, then show the coupon” option. It will get highlighted.

After this, you need to fill in the main widget screen from the customisation menu that will show up below. This is how your customers will see the widget before they give their e-mail in order to get the coupon code. 

You can add a headline, a description (e.g. minimum spend applicable), a call to action text in the field where customers need to add their e-mail (we recommend simply writing ”e-mail”) and what text you wish to be displayed in the action button, for example ”send”. 

You can also add a consent box, so that visitors can confirm they agree to join your mailing list.

As usual, you can also fully customise your widget in terms of colours to match your preferences.

In the end, it should look something like this:

Each visitor who gives you their e-mail in order to get the coupon code will be synced with your Shopify Customers tab.

You can also view the list by clicking on the link icon beside your widget:

Don’t forget to check the coupon screen page as well. This is how your customers will see the widget after they give you their e-mail. 

You can select a coupon code from your existing Shopify discount codes or create a new one in your Discounts page.

Then, you can add a headline, a description (e.g. minimum spend applicable), a text for the action button (for example ”copy”) and what message to be displayed after your customers copy the code, like ”copied”.

Here too you can customise your widget colours to match your website appearance.

In the end, it should look something like this:

When you’re ready setting up, just click on ”Publish” at the bottom of the page. That’s it! Easy as 1,2,3 ☺️

Here is how the final result should look in action on your website, of course depending on your settings and customisation.

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