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Christine Fuchs
Wellness & Yoga with Christine
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I really enjoyed Deliverability Defined episode #18 about Apple's New Privacy Changes. Based on what you discussed, is ConvertKit planning to add a new Subscriber sub-list ("Inactive Subscribers") that captures anyone who hasn't clicked on any link in my emails in 90 days? I guess it would be the equivalent of "Cold Subscribers", an existing sub-list that will be less accurate going forward. If that isn't in the works, can you point me to a help article explaining how I would set that up to capture that data with a 90 day minimum? Thanks!

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alyssa
Deliverability Consultant | Working on Deliverability Course

Hi Christine! Thank you for the kind words about the podcast :)

We're currently determining how we can surface subscribers who haven't clicked in order for you to clean these subscribers from your list. At the moment, the only way you'd be able to implement this on your own is if you always tagged every link in your email with a tag like "has clicked" so that every person who has clicked a link within a message is captured. Then you'd be able to create a segment of everyone who doesn't contain the "has clicked" tag.

This is definitely not an ideal solution so we will keep you posted with any product changes that we plan to make this process easier.

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