You can now add a time stamp against a tagging rule which will automatically remove the tag after the time specified. For example if you sell a 12 month membership and you want to tag the customer with 'MEMBER' you can set that tag to 12 months. Therefore, if they do not renew the tag is removed at the end of the 12 months.
Customer tagger allows you to setup rules to automatically tag customers if they meet that rule. This then allows you to split out your customers into groups or segments.
Whenever a customer buys a product or even just a specified product variant, you can tag that customer record with your rule.
You can tag customers automatically if their basket value is less than, equal too or more than what you specify.
You can automatically tag a customer based on how many orders they have placed on your site. You can specify a number and then set if it's less than, more than or equal too.
You can setup an automatic tag when a customer hits or goes over a particular milestone. For example if the customer has spent over £10,000 in your store since it's opened, you can tag them 'loyal' and then use that information to create an automated email to thank them.
You can setup an automatic tag to tag a customer when they buy a product from a specified collection.
This is a great way to keep track of those customers who have expressed an interest in a product. You can then use tags to create a group of warm leads that you want to promote. The tag applies when the customer hits the second page of the checkout.
You can automatically tag customers based on the discount code they used. This is a great way to quickly see what marketing campaign a customer has come from or the nature of their purchase history
You can automatically tag customers based on the location they purchase from, when using Shopify POS. This enables you to segment your customers based their preferred store locations and allows you to create location based marketing campaigns.
As well as tagging new orders coming in automatically. You can also apply your rules to older orders and customers. Therefore this app provides the ability to quickly organise your customers into groups using tags. For example you wanted to generate a list of all customers who have ordered a particular product. Simply set the rule, apply it to over all time and those customers will be tagged.
We are constantly adding new ways to tag customers and welcome new ideas. If you have something more specific in mind, get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org and we will see how we can help.
If you are looking to tag your orders and not customers, use this app instead: Order Tagger
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