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I'm trying to switch from MailChimp. I already have existing forms at the bottom of each blog post on my website. These contain a short code that is generated by the MailChimp for WordPress plug-in. Does ConvertKit have a similar plug-in, so I can just swap out the short code instead of changing the whole form? This is a screenshot of the form, which is inheriting its look from the child theme of my site. What I want is to simply change the short code within the form to direct new signups to Convertkit instead of MailChimp. Is this possible without changing to a new form on every single page?

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Kristine
ConvertKit Community Specialists

Hey @hello20 , loos like it is possible via automate.io21 integration. 

I'm trying to switch from MailChimp. I already have existing forms at the bottom of each blog post on my website. These contain a short code that is generated by the MailChimp for WordPress plug-in. Does ConvertKit have a similar plug-in, so I can just swap out the short code instead of changing the whole form? This is a screenshot of the form, which is inheriting its look from the child theme of my site. What I want is to simply change the short code within the form to direct new signups to Convertkit instead of MailChimp. Is this possible without changing to a new form on every single page?
I'm trying to switch from MailChimp. I already have existing forms at the bottom of each blog post on my website. These contain a short code that is generated by the MailChimp for WordPress plug-in. Does ConvertKit have a similar plug-in, so I can just swap out the short code instead of changing the whole form? This is a screenshot of the form, which is inheriting its look from the child theme of my site. What I want is to simply change the short code within the form to direct new signups to Convertkit instead of MailChimp. Is this possible without changing to a new form on every single page?

You can check out this link 21to get into details or you can also reach out to our support team at help@convertkit.com14 for further assistance.   

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