To automatically send your new emails to Klaviyo, just follow these steps:

Step 1: Log into your Klaviyo account.

Step 2: In the upper right menu, click "Account"

Step 3: In the upper menu, click "Settings" and "API Keys"

Step 4: Click "Create API Key"

Step 5: Copy the API key

Step 6: Log in to your Wisepops account

Step 7: Open or create a popup with a sign-up form

Step 8: Click on your sign-up form.

Step 9: In the left menu, click "Sync"

Step 10: Click on the Klaviyo icon

Step 11: In the pop-up window, paste your API key and click "Submit".
IMPORTANT: make sure the key doesn't include any extra space at the end.

Step 12: In the list menu, choose which list you'd like new subscribers to join.

You're done! :)

Continue reading this article if you would like to learn how to create custom fields for Klaviyo.

Go to the popup builder and select the survey block, then go ahead and type in your custom field in the merge field section.


Wisepops shows more collected leads than contacts found in Klaviyo

Klaviyo uses a double opt-in mechanism by default. The visitors who subscribe to your list are likely receiving a confirmation link by email. You will see in Klaviyo only the persons who confirmed their subscription by clicking on that link.

You can easily check if that is the case by trying to subscribe with an email you own. Check if you receive the confirmation link. You will see that your email will appear on Klaviyo only once you confirm your subscription.

Please get in touch with the Klaviyo team if you want to disable the double opt-in.

The phone field only accepts US phone numbers

For the time being, Klaviyo is able to send SMS only to the United States. From their documentation:

> SMS is currently only available in the United States, and you can only collect consent from US phone numbers.

When the Klaviyo sync is activated, we take care of limiting the phone field to US numbers only. So you can be sure that all the leads you collect will receive your Klaviyo SMS campaign.

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