Magento 1

Magento 1

This plugin is no longer actively maintained. Adobe ended support for the Magento 1 platform on June 30, 2020.


1In your Magento admin, go to System > Configuration.

2First, in the left-hand nav click Sales > Checkout. You should see "eCommerce Lifecycle Email by Rejoiner" as a checkout configuration variable. Click and open the Rejoiner config settings.

3Sign in to your Rejoiner account and click Implementation.

4Copy your Site ID, API Key and API Secret.

5Head back to your Magento config. Enable the Rejoiner extension by setting drop down to Yes. Then, enter your Rejoiner Site ID, API Key and API Secret. Finally, enter the production URL where your store is hosted for Store Domain i.e.

6Click Save Config in the upper right hand corner of the Magento admin.

If you offer PayPal as a payment option, please verify that Auto Return is activated by following these instructions.

Advanced Features

Dynamic Promo Codes

The dynamic promo code feature enables you to generate unique, 1-time use promo codes for use in your Rejoiner campaigns.

1From your Magento admin, build a new price rule by clicking Promotions > Shopping Cart Price Rule.

2Configure the new rule. Set the Coupon field to Specific Coupon and the Coupon Code field to Use Auto Generation. Set your desired Uses per Coupon and Uses per Customer.

3From your Rejoiner Plugin settings inside of the Magento admin, set the Enable Cart Coupon Code and/or Enable Browse Coupon Code field to Yes, and select the price rule you just built from the drop down.

Cart coupons will be generated when the customer views their cart or initiates checkout. Browse coupons will be generated as soon as the user views any page on the site.

4Inject the unique promo code into your Rejoiner creative using the following template tag
For Cart coupons: {{ }} For Browse Coupons: {{ }}

If you use a custom parameter name for the Cart coupon, it will be as metadata.

For example: {{ cart.metadata.custom_parameter }}

Multiple dynamic codes

You can add additional coupon codes, and even use separate sales rules for them.

1Choose Add Code

2Enter a Parameter Name for the additional code(s).

3Make sure you select a sales rule for the additional code, and it can be different than the rule used by the first code.

The new code will then be injectable in your creative using the parameter you selected as metadata.

For example: {{cart.metadata.high_value_code }}

Google Analytics Query String Parameters

Enables merchants to append Google Analytics & custom query string parameters onto the cart regeneration URL.

1Within the Rejoiner config settings in Magento, scroll down to Google Analytics Data

2Configure your query string attributes. Campaign Source, Campaign Medium & Campaign Name are required attributes for Google Analytics tracking. You may also add custom query string parameters using the Customer Parameters table below .

Product Image Size

You may want to change the size of the product image we inject into your emails.

In some cases, you may be passing very large images and those can get your emails to go to SPAM. In other cases, you may be passing very small images which may show very pixelated in your emails. Thus, please ask your designer and email developer what the optimal image dimensions are so that you pass us the exact image size you need.

Follow these instructions:

1Go to your Rejoiner Plugin settings inside of the Magento Admin.

2Configure the optimal image size you want to pass us by setting the width x height in the Thumbnail Default Size setting.
Example: 600x400 will pass us an image with the width of 600px and a height of 400px

3Lastly, click on Save Config to save your settings.

Send Converted Customers to List

Our integration with Magento 1 allows you to push all customers who complete a purchase to a specific Rejoiner List.


You will need to create a List for these customers in your Rejoiner account before employing the steps below.

1Go to the List you'd like to push converted customers to and copy your List's ID

2Head over to your Magento Admin > System > Configuration.

3Over to the left side you should see a Sales category with several options. Click on Checkout to continue.

4You should be able to see a section called eCommerce Lifecycle Email by Rejoiner, with the options below.

5You will notice that one of the options says Pass "new customers" to Rejoiner. Use the dropdown on that option to select Yes. You will then see a blank input appear for the List ID you copied. Paste your List ID in the input.

6Click on the Save Config button to save and apply your changes.

At this point, the email address of all customers who complete an order on your site will be pushed to your Rejoiner list.

Accept Marketing Feature

Our integration with Magento 1 allows you to push all customers who opt into your marketing to be sent to a specific Rejoiner List. This will then allow you to send against that list in order to respect your customers' wishes.

Enabling this feature creates a simple checkbox for your customers to opt into your marketing. The checkbox then gets added into several parts of your store in order to be able to maximize this feature.


You will need to create a List for these customers in your Rejoiner account before employing the steps below.

1First, you will need to enable this feature in your Rejoiner extension by selecting "Yes" in the Accepts Marketing Permissions Capture option.

2Next, you will need to add the List ID of the Rejoiner List you want to use in the input of the Add Accepts Marketing List ID option like so:

3Next, you will se a couple of other options below the List ID input. We recommend the following set up:

4Lastly, you will need to add the copy that will appear along the checkbox. This copy should be clear enough for your customers to know what they are opting into.
You will see some extra options that are related to the styling of this checkbox.
Feel free to add extra CSS to modify this checkbox in the following option.
If you want to style the checkbox directly in your store's styles, you can specify a class for it in this option:

5Once you're done making changes. Click on Save Config to save all changes.

Importing Current Subscribers to Rejoiner

We've also added a feature that will allow you to check if a customer opted into your marketing efforts via Rejoiner. The intention behind this feature is for you to be able to filter current subscribers that did not subscribe via Rejoiner's Accepts Marketing feature and create a CSV to import to your Rejoiner List.

Note that all this feature does is add a column to your subscribers table. This column then notes whether a customer was subscribed via Rejoiner's Accept Marketing feature or not.

To create a CSV of customers who did not subscribe via Rejoiner's Accepts Marketing feature, but who did opt into your newsletter at some point, we will need to filter these customers and then have Magento create a csv.

Steps to Follow:

1Go into your Admin, then in the top nav look for Newsletter and then click on Newsletter Subscribers.

2To filter current subscribers not subscribed via Rejoiner, go into the Added to Rejoiner column and select "No" in the column's dropdown option.

3Next, make sure that your Select All column's option is set to Any.

4Next, at the top right of your subscribers table, click the Search button so that Magento can find these customers in your subscribers table.

5The table should now show you a list of all matching customers:

6Now, you will want to to the Export to option. Select CSV as the format and click on Export.

7You should now have a CSV file in your browser's downloads.

8Upload the CSV to your Rejoiner list.


Magento likely added extra information to the CSV you exported. We recommend you open this CSV file in Google Sheets or a similar software and eliminate all these extra columns for a cleaner export.

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