Email subscription updates coming soon

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Good day,

OPSEU 468 will be making changes to the email subscription service many of our members use.  Currently, we use a service called FeedBlitz.  You may not have known this because it is a fairly seamless process.  The local publishes articles on the website and those who have subscribed get an email within 24 hrs.

468 will be migrating to a new service provided by MailChimp.  MailChimp has a few more features that FeedBlitz doesn’t have and the look and feel is more modern.  Those who have subscribed to get email updates will still receive updates.  But those email updates may look a bit different, hopefully more modern looking, and may be received from an updated email address.  If you subscribed and don’t notice emails, please check your spam or junk folder first.

Thank you for your patience during this transition!  If you have any questions, please contact jim@puckalo.com 

Jim – Communications Officer until the end of March

2 comments

  • Hi Jim

    I am no longer receiving emails from your Local 468 updates. Can you please add my email address back onto your website account. I have always been very active in OPSEU and would like to remain informed.

    Thank you,

    In solidarity,
    Ellen Rittwage

  • Hi Ellen I would suggest that you sign up for the website again. Sheryl Plumb

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