If you’re seeing “Dear <>” in your Mailchimp automation, it’s because you included <> as a merge tag in your automation’s email content. When you create an automation, Mailchimp inserts merge tags into your email content by default.

If you want to remove the “Dear <>” from your automation email, simply delete the <> merge tag from the email content.

If you want to learn more about merge tags and how to use them in your Mailchimp automation, check out our Help Center article.

Other related questions:

Why is my Mailchimp automation not working?

There could be a few reasons why your Mailchimp automation is not working. First, check to make sure that your automation is properly set up and that all of the necessary steps are included. Next, check to see if there are any errors in your automation sequence. Finally, make sure that your automation is being triggered by the proper events.

Why are Mailchimp test emails going to spam?

There are a few potential reasons why your test emails might be going to spam:

1. You may have included spammy keywords in your email content.

2. Your email server may be on a blacklist.

3. You may have a poor sending reputation.

4. Your email may be poorly formatted.

5. You may have included too many links in your email.

If you’re not sure why your emails are going to spam, we recommend contacting Mailchimp support for more help.

How do you put Dear first name on Mailchimp?

You can add a “First Name” field to your Mailchimp list, and then use the “Merge Tags” feature to insert that field into your campaign content. For more information, please see the Mailchimp documentation.

How do I automate names in Mailchimp?

Unfortunately, there is no way to automate names in Mailchimp.


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