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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:

  1. From the Home screen, navigate to the 'Admin' drop-down and click 'Account Settings'.
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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.
  1. 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.
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Campaign Settings

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. 

  • Privacy Policy: You can save the text of a Privacy Policy here, for use in any emails in the campaign. ​
    Note: You can use your privacy policy in an email by inserting a 'Macro'. (Click the macro icon in the editing toolbar; selecting Content Macro from the drop-down menu and then select Publication Privacy Policy)

See the Campaign Settings below, the additional settings are available by scrolling down. 
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