Setup Guide

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  • This guide shows how to install and setup the application. It is primarily aimed at Salesforce consultants and system administrators.
  • There are four easy steps:

    1. Install
    2. Connect
    3. Page Layouts
    4. Permissions
  • At the bottom of the page there is a list of FAQs.


Before making any purchase decisions, we recommend trying our application. You can install our product directly in your Salesforce production or sandbox org.

  • Installation in production will start a free, fully-featured 14-day trial.
  • Installing in a sandbox provides a trial that will last indefinitely, but is for the sole purpose of testing.
Click the  button below to install the application via Salesforce AppExchange.
Salesforce has a standard installation process for all applications. The interactive guide below will take you through the installation process.

The integration works with all Mailchimp plans and the following Salesforce editions, Professional, Enterprise, Performance, and Unlimited. It works in both Salesforce Classic and Lightning user interfaces, and you can install it in your Salesforce production, sandbox, or developer orgs.


To connect Mailchimp to Salesforce please follow these steps, or if you prefer we also have an interactive demo just below:

1. Click Connect to Mailchimp.
2. You will be prompted to log in and authorize to Mailchimp.
3. Click allow to complete the connection.

You will then be redirected to Salesforce and the sync will start running in the background.

The first time the sync runs it will also set up your Salesforce contact and lead page layouts.

Page Layouts

As mentioned above when you first connect Mailchimp to Salesforce we will attempt to set up your Salesforce Contact and Lead page layouts.  Once updated the layout should look similar to the image below. However, if you have not activated your Salesforce pages this process will not complete. Should that happen use the steps below to manually set things up.

Next Steps

Below are two articles that we recommend reading and the best next steps.


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