Butterfly Network's preference page allows subscribers to opt in or out of event announcements, product updates, and other marketing emails.
Integrated with Pardot, Charles River's preference center asks users to personalize the email they receive by indicating their interests.
If subscribers need a break from CreditNinja emails, this preference center lets users suspend their email subscriptions for three months.
Education First's Ultimate Break preference center integrates with Salesforce to provides options for email, text, and phone call communication.
This preference center educates users on the types of email they can receive, providing a description of each newsletter's content and cadence.
Subscribers can set both their email frequency and the types of personalized emails they receive with Enervee's email communication preferences page.
ezCater's email preferences page uses great on-brand copy to explain what subscribers can expect to receive, as well as a double opt-out process.
Fortune's preference center allows readers to subscribe to a number of newsletters, including premium newsletters for paid subscribers.
G2's communication preferences page allows subscribers to opt in or out of offers, notifications, surveys, and other messaging.
This custom preference center matches Getaround's branding while providing users with an easy way to manage their email subscriptions.
Horoscope.com's preference center allows their email subscribers to choose from an assortment of daily and monthly newsletters.
Jewelry brand Mejuri invites their subscribers to take control of their email relationship and subscribe to weekly drops, gift guides, and more.
The preference center for MeUndies provides subscribers with an easy way to opt in or out of promotions, community updates, and survey emails.
This Salesforce preference center enables email subscribers to choose from an array of business and personal legal services communication.
In addition to editing their subscription preferences, subscribers can also choose to pause emails from OptiContacts for 1 month.
This email preferences page allows subscribers to choose weekly emails, receive emails twice per month, or snooze emails for 30 days.
In this dynamic preference center, the unicorn image on the right changes based on how many emails a user subscribes to.
Reforge's preference center asks subscribers whether they want to receive blog content, membership emails, or promotional content.
Users can edit their contact information, manage newsletter subscriptions, and even indicate their interests with this preference center example.
Available in multiple languages, Trek's preference pages match their site's header and footer to offer their global users a seamless brand experience.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's preference center integrates with Salesforce Marketing Cloud to help users manage email subscriptions.
Spare your subscribers' eyes (and maybe their inbox too) with this dark template. Add a brief description of each newsletter to help subscribers choose what to receive.
Make your preference center interactive with dynamic content. This template allows you to change the image based on how many newsletters a user opts into; have fun with it!
Give subscribers a preview of what they can expect to receive in their inbox with this image-based template. Add your site's header and footer to keep the whole experience on-brand.
Customize this preference page template with your logo, colors, and a background image to give your subscribers an elegant way to manage the email communication they receive.
Basic in design but not functionality, this template provides space for allowing users to manage membership options. Configure checkboxes to let users opt into SMS communication and more.