❗ It's been decided to move our Magento 2 module to open-source on April 1st, 2021.

What does it mean for existing users?

If you are using Omnisend for your Magento 2 store, you won't experience any changes in the module performance. Any improvements to the Omnisend application that do not require the changes to the data flow between Omnisend and Magento will be available to you. Only the integration part won't be improved and developed further by Omnisend.

On the bright side of things, this means that you no longer need to wait for updates from our team whenever there is a new feature available in Omnisend. Your developers can now upgrade your integration using our API documentation anytime.

What should you do to start using Omnisend for Magento 2?

You can use our plugin, as a template, or you can also just do a custom API integration from scratch.

If you want to use the Omnisend module for Magento 2, you may download this version here, but keep in mind that it's outdated and doesn't support all of the latest Omnisend features. Also, you may run into some bugs that your developer will need to fix. So, we highly recommend using this module just as an example for your developer on how the integration should look like, but build everything yourself to support all the newest features using our API documentation:

  1. Copy files to your Magento 2.x installation directory: <installation_folder>/app/code/Omnisend/Omnisend

  2. Login via SSH to your Magento directory and run commands:php bin/magento setup:upgradephp bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy

  3. Login to your Magento backend, go to Omnisend -> Plugin settings and complete connection steps here.

Note! We don't support this plugin anymore. That's why to improve it or fix something, you'll need to ask for developer's help.

Getting started with Omnisend

Here are the resources for you to get started with Omnisend:

If you have questions, feel free to contact us via [email protected].

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