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How to Embed Surveys in a web page?

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14-02-2019

Hi everyone,

I would like to know how to embed a surveys created in Adobe Campaign Classic into a page of a website and a screen of an app.

I would like to be able to embed a survey in website already created evoiding the creation of new dedicated pages.

For the website I can have 2 scenarios:

Website where I want to embed the survey, uses AEM sites.

Website where I want to embed the survey, does not use AEM sites.

For the App I don't know if Adobe Campaign Classic is able to manage just part of content (a survey in this scenario) that can be embedded into a screen of an app (native ios/android apps). In the official documentation I found the export of contents via JSON but I don't have experience with contents exported via JSON so I don't know if it can work or not (link here)

Thank you

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Websites can also consume and render JSON serialization.

Any format can be output by Campaign, so your survey should accommodate the format users request.

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Hi Lord Handerson,

You can create a survey using jssp's, with output in json to be consumed by your app.

An easier approach would be wkwebview or similar, with the drawback of non-native controls.

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Clear, thank you!

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Hi Jon,

Thanks for the feedback. Ok for the Json for the app but for the website?

Thank you