Push Campaign Designer visuals overview

Note: The Push Campaign Workbook now has an updated interface and is now called the Push Campaign Designer. Campaign Designer is now enabled for all accounts, and it replaces Campaign Workbook for this channel. Unlike the Campaign Designer, there were no major changes made to the Message Designer's interface.

Use the Campaign Designer to review details of the selected campaign, see any errors that need correction, and more. Click An image of the Expand icon to expand the panel. Learn more about Launching a Push campaign with the Campaign Designer.

An image of the email Campaign Designer

Number 1View information related to your campaign's status (Draft, Active, Closed) and creation. Here you'll see who created the campaign, and when it was last modified and who modified it. Click on the campaign's name to change it.

Number 2 Push message panel. From this panel, you can edit your campaign's Data sources, Create Message, Edit Message (if the message has been saved), and view a summary of your message's configurations on hover (if the message has been saved). If you have saved the message, you'll see a snapshot in the Push message panel.

Number 3 About your campaign panel. View your campaign's Description, Marketing strategy, Marketing program, Folder, Mobile app channel list, and app.

Note: If you change a campaign’s marketing strategy or marketing program for a standard launch, Insight will display the new marketing strategy and marketing program values for both historical and new standard launches. This does not impact the CED behavior.

Number 4 Targeting panel. Use this panel to ensure your campaign is targeting the right contacts.

Number 5Message center settings panel. Use this panel to indicate whether the push message should also be sent to your mobile app's Message Center, and to define your message settings, such as whether the app icon's badge count will be affected by the message.

Number 6 Additional settings panel. Use this panel to configure settings related to the push campaign's notifications, throttling, and (if it's enabled for your account) organizational access control.

Number 7 Show errors button. Click this button to view and correct validation errors in your campaign. Once all the errors are corrected, Show errors will be replaced with Validate.

Number 8 Preview button. Use this option to preview the message as your contacts will see it.

Number 9 View button. With this drop-down, you can analyze your campaign.

Number 10 Launch button. Click this button to configure your campaign's launch and to launch it.

Number 11 Click Expand An image of the Expand icon to expand a panel. Once a panel is expanded, click Cancel to discard any changes in the panel, and click Save to save your changes.

Number 12 Errors. Hover over this text to see a description of the error.

Number 13 Data sources. Click this button to configure your campaign's data sources.

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