The campaign builder page allows you to start engaging your customers through a myriad of communication channels. Navigate to Campaigns > Create campaign to get started.
If your project uses the legacy campaign interface, some of the options might work differently. To have your project upgraded to the new campaign builder, speak to your Account Manager or contact support.
You must select whether this campaign will send an individual message or start the user profile along a multi-stage journey:
- Single-stage: A standard campaign which will send an individual message, using a single or multiple messaging channels.
- Multi-stage journey: Enter the user profile into an automated campaign with several steps to visualise and design the whole user journey (also known as a workflow). See further details in the guide for multi stage journey campaigns
This window shows the different types of campaign which may be triggered by different factors.
The campaign message can be sent immediately or scheduled in the future. The scheduling of the campaign is controlled from the Schedule tab.
The campaign will be executed in response to an external trigger (event, location or external API). You will need to select the type of trigger on the next screen.
The campaign will be executed once your users hit a specific event on your site or app. A common use case for this campaign type is to bring users back to your site or app after they have done an action like adding a product to their basket, which is great for funnel conversion, basket recovery etc. When this campaign type is selected, a tab called Events will appear in your campaign, from which you will be able to control the conditions for triggering the campaign.
This campaign will be executed by an API request from your backend systems according to your own business logic. This type of campaign trigger is very useful for personalised, transactional alerts. You can create a template with variable content, and pass some values when you trigger the campaign from your system. Campaigns would be executed by using the campaign execute API method.
The campaign will be sent to your users when they enter, exit or spend time within your locations. Use geofences for larger locations outdoors, and iBeacons for greater accuracy outdoors or at indoor locations. This type of campaign is great to send contextually relevant notifications when users are at your locations. When this trigger is selected a tab called Locations will appear in your campaign menu.
Set up an event-triggered campaign that will send real-time messages to your in-app or website users triggered by their actions in-app or on your website. For in-app campaigns, different types of messages can be created (banner, modal, full screen, or custom HTML messages). It is not possible to combine this channel with other channels in the same campaign.
Once you have chosen your campaign trigger you will be taken to the Setup tab. Depending on the campaign set-up, you will see a handy navigation menu on the top that allows you to build your campaign set by step and return back to any steps if you need to.
Can't see some channels?
Once you are on the campaign creation window, the available channels and options will depend on the channels you have enabled beforehand from Settings > Channels > Manage Channels. Check our guide on channel settings for more details.
From the starting campaign creation window, click on View draft campaigns to review campaign drafts that you have previously saved. You can also find drafts from Campaigns > Existing campaigns > Drafts.
Campaign drafts can be saved from any of the tabs within the campaign creation menu by clicking on Save as draft.
Drafts can be handy in case you couldn't complete your campaign, to work on it later or to use it as templates for new campaigns. You can find them by searching for the campaign name or by filtering by message type or trigger type.
Updated 5 months ago