Often when creating campaigns you will notice that some of your campaigns cover related topics. By grouping your campaigns together based on their similarities, you can easily let partners know which campaigns have topics in common. This functionality extends to language as well, allowing you to easily share and link different localized versions of the same campaign together.
To access a campaign select the Campaigns tab from the Program Manager. Previously created campaigns will be listed.
What will I find in this article?
If these campaigns should be added into a new grouping, select Add to new group and enter the name of the new group. You can also add the campaigns into a previously created group by clicking Add to existing group and then searching for the group. Click Group Related to confirm the grouping.
All groups for a campaign will display in the Groups column on the right.
This page displays all related campaign groups that this campaign is in. To remove this campaign from a specific group, click the Remove This Campaign From Group button. You can also click the Remove All Campaigns From Group button to delete the entire grouping.
Click Save when done.
Go to the Settings tab.
Update the Campaign Language to the correct language for this campaign. Click Save when done.
- [RelatedCampaignThumbnails] - Displays the thumbnails of ALL campaigns related to this one across all groups.
- [RelatedCampaignDropdown] - Displays a dropdown menu listing all campaigns related to this one across all groups.
The merge fields can also be modified to display campaigns only from a specific group:.
- [RelatedCampaignThumbnails:GROUP NAME] - Displays the campaign thumbnails for the related campaigns in the group selected.
- [RelatedCampaignDropdown:GROUP NAME] - Displays a dropdown menu listing all related campaigns in the group selected.
If the campaign group is set to relate by language, the [RelatedCampaignDropdown:GROUP NAME] merge field will instead display the language selection of the campaigns, allowing the partner to quickly switch between the localizations.