Campaigns: email, profiles, forms and SMS
Campaigns can best be structured differently than quickmails. The main difference is to save the campaigns with a letter, numbers and a title that describe the contents, rather than the date and project name. The reason for this is simply that when a campaign is set up in Clang, a campaign folder is created. This folder will hold the email content, profiles, forms and SMS content per component.
The naming structure will be as follows: M = email content, P = profiles, F = forms and S = SMS content. This letter is then followed by numbers. This numbers are usually based on the campaign flow. For instance, a sign-up form will be called (F01) and the thank-you page (F02). This naming structure can also be used for campaign objects. The advantage here is that these objects are easy to find when for instance creating a campaign object ink, but within the campaign itself as well.