5 Replies Latest reply on May 23, 2014 6:46 AM by Linda Stinson

    Exercise 2 > Part 3 > Step 2c

    Dave Post Adobe Employee

      On Page 11 of the CCMO lab book I found a step that I could not figure out how to do.  The step is Exercise 2 > Part 3 > Step 2c

       

      I could not find away to assign a campaign to myself.  Also, I do not believe that the video for this chapter mentioned this step.  If I am wrong (and I probably am) can someone please tell me.  Thanks,

        • 1. Re: Exercise 2 > Part 3 > Step 2c
          Linda Stinson Adobe Employee

          Hi Dave,

           

            Thanks for asking this question! "Assigning the campaign" is a reference to the Campaign Manager or in French "Responsible". The Campaign Manager is typically the person to start the workflow that executes the campaign. This Operator (user) has the ability to approve steps in the campaign in addition to any designated approver(s). And they should be the one to Confirm the delivery.  To set this property:

          CampaignManager.jpg

          When you create a campaign template, you should null out this field. Then the campaign is automatically assigned to the person who is creating the campaign. However if that person wants to designate another Campaign Manager, perhaps someone from marketing operations, they can use this screen to do so.

          • 2. Re: Exercise 2 > Part 3 > Step 2c
            Linda Stinson Adobe Employee

            By the way, as Administrators (Operators with administration privileges) you all have unrestricted access to others' campaigns. Marketing business users would not typically have this level of access. Click on the image int he previous to see a much clearer version.

            • 3. Re: Exercise 2 > Part 3 > Step 2c
              Dave Post Adobe Employee

              Hey Linda,

               

              The problem is that the step described in the lab does not have that option when I am first creating the campaign (which is what I am doing at that point in the lab:

              At least not that I can see. The window that you show above is after the campaign is created and you open it and go to the Edit tab. Please correct me if I am wrong.   Cheers

              • 4. Re: Exercise 2 > Part 3 > Step 2c
                Linda Stinson Adobe Employee

                Hi Dave, this might be a change in functionality from v6.0. I will log it as a bug in the training manual. Good catch. Thanks, Linda

                • 5. Re: Exercise 2 > Part 3 > Step 2c
                  Linda Stinson Adobe Employee

                  In the meantime, make the change after you create the campaign.