The Calendar feature under Campaigns in Exponea enables you to plan your campaigns even more effectively through having all of the needed tools in one place. You can plan, design, test, execute and evaluate your campaigns in the Campaign Calendar.
As for the purpose, it is then easier to manage communication with your customers, as you can easily reduce overlapping campaigns or unnecessary communication.
Watch this short introductory video about this feature:
Furthermore, it is beneficial concerning analysis as well. You know right away how many customers (absolute or relative) you target and therefore you can maximize the target group. You can also compare campaigns in real-time with metrics, previews, and subjects.
As the calendar syncs with all of your existing campaigns, it updates after every save action of a campaign, whether in a scenario or in an email campaign.
An event is one specific entity in the campaign calendar and these events represent every combination of a trigger & an action node. In other words, every campaign which has a trigger and an action node will be displayed also in the calendar in the form of an event.
The action nodes include E-mail, SMS, Webhooks, and Web and Mobile push channels. As for the triggers, only campaigns with triggers
On date and
Repeat will be displayed.
The campaigns with
On eventtriggers are therefore not visible in the calendar feature.
The events have a status, which may be one of the following 4 options:
- Draft (the campaign/scenario is not active)
You may filter out campaigns according to their channel, status or trigger as shown in the picture below.
You can set the view of the calendar in the upper right corner by choosing either "Month" or "Week". In addition, you can also create new campaigns through the
New campaign button, which will according to your preference take you either to Scenarios or Email campaigns.
After opening an event, in addition to the already mentioned pieces of information, you will see also metrics concerning the success of your campaigns. They may vary with different channels, for instance in email campaign events, you can see the potential reach, delivery rate, open rate, click rate and also the number of people who unsubscribed.
Updated about a month ago