This plugin has been closed as of 9 May 2022 and is not available for download. This closure is permanent. Reason: Author Request.


27 April 2022 1 reply
Jilt was amazing. Sorry to see you go, but this seems to be an epidemic also in software land where good working apps and programs are replaced with lesser capable options. Unfortunately, none of the replacements works as well as Jilt did. Therefore I hope that somebody will pick this up and continue on Jilt.
25 November 2020 1 reply
I work for an online eyewear business and we have a particular set of challenges because we offer a “Try Before You Buy” program. The staff at Jilt have been soooo helpful in answering my questions, explaining how Jilt works, and taking care of tasks that require more complex code. They always get back to you and always do their best to fulfill all of your email needs. For someone who is new to email marketing, I couldn’t imagine working with any other team!
20 November 2020 1 reply
We’ve been using Jilt for some time now on four webshops, and have been blown away by how reliant it is. Very user friendly, and the integration has not failed once. World class service, where they respond asap. We’ve especially been using it for several custom automations, cart flows and VIP flows and rewards, and are very happy with it. Can only recommend Jilt.
11 November 2020 1 reply
Ryan as well as team from Jilt was very helpful to resolve my issue. Great support!
7 November 2020 1 reply
When installing a plugin by the same author, a link promoting this plugin appears on the Woocommerce orders page. When clicked, a message appears: ‘Do you want to recover abandoned carts?’. My client clicked yes, at no time did he get any notice that a plugin was going to be installed. The plugin was installed and later the client contacted me to ask why a new item appeared in the Wordpress administration menu. After investigating, I found out that this had happened. It seems no honest to me to install a plugin without notifying the user correctly. Sure my client wanted to get the abandoned carts back, but if he had known that this involved installing a plugin, he would have contacted me first. This surprise installation of the plugin could have caused conflicts with others and even errors. I don’t understand the lack of transparency, it is a good plugin and really useful. It is not the type of plugin that needs to trick users into installing it. It doesn’t deserve the review I’m giving it, but I’m not really evaluating the plugin, but the lack of honesty and the inclusion of advertising in other plugins. I hope that you will reconsider the inclusion of advertising through other plugins or that at least you will add in the advertising messages the notice that a plugin is going to be installed.
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