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  1. Get rid of 'Choose a Variable' in FUE coupons

    It doesn't make sense to have a dropdown field which sets the value of the text field, since now the text field supports multiple replacements.

    We should get rid of the dropdown `Choose a Variable`, and put an indicator that some variables can be used here for the coupon prefix.

    We need to be careful to not break the flow of existing customers.

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  2. Add Opt-in Functionality, esp due to GDPR deadline

    Allow users to add "Opt in" functionality for the extension across all lists, with the option at checkout.

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  3. Email preview using generic data is not readily apparent

    Its not obvious that the data being used when previewing emails from the admin is just a bunch of hardcoded generic data. Should add a notice at the top of the preview email indicating that this is just dummy data being used to show what the email will look like.

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  4. Ability to edit Scheduled Emails - Bookings specific or general

    A booking was created and a email was queued as expected. The booking was then edited but there was not a way to change the queued email to reflect the new booking date. It was also expected that **Settings > Tools > Rescan Customer Orders** would also update data either.

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  5. Rename en_US.po file to follow-up-emails_en-US.po

    Though not crucial, it appears to be the standard to name .po files with the plugin name in it, to avoid confusion, user suggested renaming `en_US.po` to `follow-up-emails_en-US.po`.

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  6. Add Recaptcha or Honeypot to Follow Ups mailing list sign up shortcode to prevent spam sign ups

    Right now, there is nothing that is preventing bots from spam signing up to a mailing list. There is a known scam strategy in which a scammer signs a victim up for tons of mailing lists, thus the victim might miss an email from their bank or PayPal telling them about a large withdrawal. That, and all the spam email addresses take up resources when sending out newsletters. I probably have 2,000 spam email addresses in my mailing list and I can't do anything about it!

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  7. Enhancement: `my-subscriptions` endpoint visibility

    Right now there are 3 endpoints:
    unsubscribe
    email-preferences
    email-subscriptions

    You have the option to show `email-preferences` from My Account, under the Settings. This section is confusingly called "Email Subscriptions" even though it uses the `email-preferences` endpoint. This section contains any mailing lists you've signed up for and lets you remove yourself from them.

    `email-subscriptions`, on the other hand, will show all the email subscriptions you signed up for when you made a purchase. You'll see the Order associated with the subscription and you can unsubscribe from that list.

    I think we should move everything to one preferences page for users…

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  8. Only send emails triggered by a category purchase once, even when multiple products in that category are purchased

    When a product belongs to a category with other products in it and there are FUE for those other products, if you purchase product 1, you will get the FUE for product 1 and other products that category. So multiple emails are sent, one for each product.

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  9. Don't use full page template but use shortcode approach

    Following templates are full page template that are rendered when `/unsubscribe`, `/email-subscriptions`, and `/email-preferences` pages are loaded:

    * templates/email-subscriptions.php
    * templates/email-unsubscribe.php
    * templates/myaccount/email-preferences.php

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  10. Use the standard WooCommerce email templates, not the custom html ones

    Customer expected the template structure for emails to be the same as the ones for core, but they are more like html templates.

    If they were more like the templates from core, then it might be easier for people to work with, and also allow for more compatibility with plugins made for WooCommerce email templating.

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  11. Membership emails aren't tied to membership start date

    Currently Follow Ups Membership emails are not currently based on the membership state date or the order date. Instead, it stores its own date that is the original date of the order.

    The problem with this that they can change a customer's start date or order date to update their membership content, however that doesn't update the date that Follow Ups has stored.

    Eg.
    - Original order date December 1, 2017
    - Follow-Ups stores a time stamp of December 1, 2017
    - Update order date to January 15th, 2017
    - Follow-Ups still has the stored date of December 1, 2017 …

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  12. Debug Logging not working

    The plugin seems to have custom debug logging in the plugin. This can be enabled in Follow-Up Emails > Settings > Tools.
    I set this to Log to File = All

    I then tried scheduling emails, sending scheduled emails. Sending manual emails, and several other actions. But the log file always seemed to remain empty. I can see the file `wp-content/uploads/fue.log` but it remains empty.

    I'm not sure what should be logged in the debug logging, but it would be helpful if it would at least log something.

    Might also be worthwhile to switch to the WooCommerce logger: https://docs.woocommerce.com/wc-apidocs/class-WC_Logger.html

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  13. Integration with Polylang

    I will give the possisibility to the user to assign a language to emails the same way as for other types of contents such as posts or pages.

    A convenient feature would be to have languages columns in the Emails list table as done for pages.

    Would it be possible to pass the $email object as argument of the `fue_table_all_products_body` action in all places it is fired.

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  14. Follow Ups + Subscriptions: Cancellation Email Needs Check for Active Subscriptions

    What I expected

    When creating an email to send to a customer for a cancelled subscription there's no logic to check to see if the customer has since resubscribed, or purchased a new subscription.

    Use Case:

    In the case of the user they offer Monthly and Annual Subscriptions, where the Annual Subscription reflected a discount in comparison to the Monthly Subscription. So as an example, the Subscription was $10 a month or $100 per year.

    When a customer cancels a monthly Subscription, the follow up is triggered to attempt to get the customer to resubscribe, or purchase an annual subscription.…

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  15. Customer’s email is not removed from mailing list when subscription gets cancelled

    Subscription linked to Membership adds email to mailing list but the email does not get removed when the subscription gets cancelled.

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  16. Trial Run for deactivated emails

    A user was trying to import existing orders, but wasn't sure if he setup the email right so he was trying to keep the email deactivated.

    When the email is deactivated it will still show the "Import existing orders" button after saving. But when clicking this it will always end up with the message:

    ```
    Error: Import data not found
    ```

    It seems it can't find any orders because the email isn't active. This is kind of confusing, it would be more logical for importing orders to either be disabled, or a more descriptive error.

    It would be nice though…

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  17. Compatibility with WPML

    From the WPML support forum.
    https://wpml.org/forums/topic/first-purchase-of-new-user-doesnt-trigger-the-right-translation-of-product/

    If I set follow-ups as translatable the customer receives 2 emails, one in each language. And both have product names in the default language.

    Suggested solution

    1) Have follow-ups translatable by default including the attached wpml-config.xml file in the root folder of the plugin.

    2) With these few lines we can resolve the 2 issues described.
    The first function makes sure we only get follow-ups in the current language.
    The second function switches language temporarily to the language the order was made in so that product names are translated too.

    ```
    add_filter( 'fue_get_emails_args', function(…

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  18. Localize strings throughout JS templates

    Scripts should be localized with translation data. Strings being added to the DOM are not translation ready

    There are likely more throughout the JS template files.

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  19. Standardize add-on email type titles/labels

    Right now, the way we label the different email types is a bit awkward:

    http://cld.wthms.co/Q5OWKX+

    http://cld.wthms.co/rifBXz+

    If possible, we could clean this up a bit like so:

    http://cld.wthms.co/AJG26I+

    http://cld.wthms.co/xjka07+

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  20. Move Email Subscriptions managment to My Account tab

    Follow-ups has a setting, Follow Up Emails > Settings > Subscribers > Email List Preferences, that enables list management in My Account. Currently, Follow-ups dumps everything on the dashboard tab, including the Twitter handle field. It would be much cleaner to move these to a tab.

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