Email Campaigns allow you to group communications together by a particular subject. Many of our customers feature multiple Campaigns; each with very different settings. For instance, you may want to allow employees to share content from a customer-facing newsletter, but not from your weekly organisational announcements. This can be done from the Campaign Settings area.
To Access the Campaign Settings:
- From the Home screen, navigate to the 'Admin' drop-down and click 'Account Settings'.
Note: There are several other ways to access the Campaign Settings; from the 'Emails' drop-down or the 'Settings' drop-down when editing an email for example.
- In the Settings Screen, scroll down to view a list of your Email Campaigns under Campaigns. Click the small gear icon beside any campaign to open the Campaign Settings for that Campaign.
The Campaign Settings will allow you choose a variety of settings for your Campaign, based on your preferences or business needs. Throughout the Campaign settings, you will see a small '?' sign after each setting title, this will give you a little more information around what things mean. See below for a brief summary on each section of the Campaign Settings:
Campaign Summary: This includes the Campaign Name, Description, Country and the Language of your campaign. You can also Control access to email campaigns with Audiences.
Email Microsites/Web Settings: Here you can set what appears at your Campaign's homepage. This can be a blank page, the latest published email, or a specific email.
Default Sender Details: Sets the default 'From Name', 'From Email Address' and 'Reply-To email address' that appear whenever you send a communication from the campaign (these defaults can be overwritten when sending any email). (see more at Default Sender Details)
Analytics: Links to Poppulo Analytics or enables Poppulo to send info to your Analytics provider. (see more at Google Analytics - Track External Links)
Social Features: Turn on Likes for a Campaign and enable social sharing for your emails(either by allowing readers to share content or by linking your Campaign to existing organisational social media channels.)
Comments: Allows you to Enable Comments for your Campaign and Turn on/off Social Features to decide if your readers will be able to post comments beneath articles within Newsletters, or under a Flyer, in your Campaigns. You can also decide which users can comment and whether these comments need approval in the Additional Comment Settings.
See the Campaign Settings below, the additional settings are available by scrolling down.