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Product specific campaign

samitgorai
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Hi,

While creating campaign can I select a product from the product table to specify the campaign is meant for the specific product?

Thanks

1 Accepted Solution
florentlb
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Level 10
Level 10

Hi Samit,

By default, no. But you have several ways to indicate it somehow:

  • Using the name of the product in the title or the description of the campaign.
  • Creating different campaign folders in the navigation tree (if you use Campaign v6/v7) or programs (if you use Campaign Standard) that you name according to a product, then you would add your campaigns in the relevant ones.
  • Extend the campaign table to create a link with your custom product table. Then you'd be able to specify a product for a campaign. This can be done similarly to what was done for creating your product table (as I guess you created one since it's not available OOB).

Let me know if there is a solution here that you prefer and if you need further help while exploring considering your options. Last solution is a bit more complex if you do not know how to manipulate schemas.

Hope this help,

Florent.

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florentlb
Correct answer by
Level 10
Level 10

Hi Samit,

By default, no. But you have several ways to indicate it somehow:

  • Using the name of the product in the title or the description of the campaign.
  • Creating different campaign folders in the navigation tree (if you use Campaign v6/v7) or programs (if you use Campaign Standard) that you name according to a product, then you would add your campaigns in the relevant ones.
  • Extend the campaign table to create a link with your custom product table. Then you'd be able to specify a product for a campaign. This can be done similarly to what was done for creating your product table (as I guess you created one since it's not available OOB).

Let me know if there is a solution here that you prefer and if you need further help while exploring considering your options. Last solution is a bit more complex if you do not know how to manipulate schemas.

Hope this help,

Florent.

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