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Email Designing

Komal76-Ml2Nin
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I wanted to create a design for the A/B Testing but I want to copy one of the already made Email (previously it was developed by me) in some campaign which is specifically not for A/B Testing.

Eg. I made an Email whose label is abc(id:emailabc) under some campaign named xyz(id:campaignxyz)

     Now I want to create an A/B test Email and I want to pick the content of abc Email which I defined already.

     Then How I am able to do this thing in Adobe Campaign Standard.

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SatheeskannaK
Correct answer by
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Community Advisor

Hi

You can copy the html code of the email delivery already created using email designer and create A/B test email using the copied html code.

FYI - Documentation on A/B testing (Designing an A/B test email)

Thanks!

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SatheeskannaK
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi

You can copy the html code of the email delivery already created using email designer and create A/B test email using the copied html code.

FYI - Documentation on A/B testing (Designing an A/B test email)

Thanks!

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amit_singhr7976
Level 2
Level 2

Hi,

It depends how frequently you want to utilize the HTML content.

If you see the chances of re-using the same HTML content multiple times are higher (e.g. Header, Footer, Social Medial Links or Specific content blocks in the email deliveries) than in such cases you can always create the Fragments in ACS by using email Designers. These fragments are kind of reusable blocks which you can use again and again as needed inside the email templates and you can create email specific local copy as well.

However in case of one time single use you can always use copy the HTML code option of the email delivery as mentioned in above reply.

So all in all it depends in the usage Hope this helps.