The home page is made up of multiple cards that give you quick access to the main Adobe Campaign functionalities.
The Create an email card takes you to the email creation assistant. This assistant lets you choose an email type, select your message recipients and define your content. Refer to the Creating an email section.
The Create an SMS card takes you to the SMS creation assistant. This assistant lets you choose an SMS type, select your message recipients and define your content. Refer to the Creating an SMS section.
The Create a push notification card takes you to the notification creation assistant. This assistant lets you choose a push notification type, select your message recipients and define your content. Refer to the Creating a push notification section.
The Marketing activities card takes you to the complete list of all the activities, programs, and campaigns, particularly emails, SMS, workflows, and landing pages. From here you can then filter the elements by searching by name, date, status or activity type. For more on this, refer to the Marketing activity list section.
The top bar is visible on every screen and allows you to navigate through Adobe Campaign functionalities as well as access the Adobe profile connected, notifications, other Adobe Experience Cloud solutions and configurations, and the documentation.
The Adobe Campaign logo in the top left-hand corner of the page gives you access to the advanced functions. The menus offered depend on the permissions allocated to the user connected.
The advanced menu is presented in the Advanced menu section.
The advanced menu is displayed by clicking the Adobe Campaign icon, in the top left corner of each screen. The advanced menu may vary depending your contract and user permissions.
The Administration icon gives you access to the advanced functionalities that can only be carried out by functional administrator. For more on this, refer to the Administration chapter.
The main zone is a dynamic zone that contains a list of elements or a set of cards for example. It allows you to edit existing elements and create resources.
According to the screen type displayed, a bar containing actions linked to the screen appears at the top.
This bar not only contains common actions such as search and filtering, but also actions relating to the screen displayed: