Sounds to me like a Smart Campaign with a trigger for when someone fills out a form (can set up multiple triggers "listening" for different forms). You can add to a list based on that, write a value and a date stamp to custom field, send an alert email when a form is filled, further set up conditions when a "requests contact" is checked on a form instead of all form submits. So - can the system tell you out of the box in a list view (multiple records in one list) when someone submitted a form and when? - NO Can you create smart campaigns with form fill triggers that do X, Y or Z? - YES (very manual, for every form) With Eloqua - the form fill is not a contact/record field, but is instead registered as an activity and you can filter on it as such - by creating filters that look for contacts who have submitted form(s) & how many times (e.g. "1 or more times") & when (e.g. "within the past 30 days"), then you get a count. To me, Marketo is similar to Eloqua in this regard in that there's no field value that you can filter on and you need to filter records on the fact that they submitted a form, but no out of the box "notification" exists because there can be plenty of forms that you would not want to be notified about. (please correct me if I'm wrong about Marketo, I'm more an Eloqua expert, still learning Marketo)
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It's ILLEGAL to not have a one-click unsubscribe (at least in Canada). It's explicitly stated in the CASL law on the .gc.ca website in plain-english text along with screenshots of examples of other things to do (or not do) such as pre-populating checkboxes for opt-in. You absolutely, 100% positively MUST have a one-click unsubscribe in each and every marketing email ("consumer electronic message"). Again, it's specifically illegal to require a second click to "confirm" or whatever you want to call it. While the intent may be sound, you're breaking the law here.
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