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Blair WadmanCommunity Moderator
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Agree with @kevin3, a sequence is the way to do that. A broadcast is a one off email and you can't make it recurring. But a sequence is perfect for this. 

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Blair WadmanCommunity Moderator
Email Automation Consultant, Web Developer, Educator

Another option in addition to @Emily Mills2 great suggestion is to use a tag in the Visual Automation to prevent subscribers from getting added to a welcome sequence if they are already getting one.

If you have one automation per... (More)

Blair WadmanCommunity Moderator
Email Automation Consultant, Web Developer, Educator

In the email settings in the sequence, there is a "when to send" field. The first one should be set to Immediately by default. 

I just finished my Welcome email and tested it and it all looks good to go, but I'm still not sure when it will be sent out.  I want it to go out after someone opts-in, but I don't see where to put that in as an option. Can any of you fabulous Creators guide me?Thank you!! Muah!! XoXoX
Blair WadmanCommunity Moderator
Email Automation Consultant, Web Developer, Educator

If you want all lead magnets to get the same sequence, then you can do that in the same automation. There are two main choices to do that:

  1. Add all the lead magnents as entry points at the top of... (More)