Campaigns are a way to solicit reviews from customers that have previously made a purchase. You can run a campaign to remind customers to leave a review!

Campaigns exist under the Messages > Flows section of admin.

Clicking on Run campaign will take you to the campaign flow builder.

Configuring the flow

From here, you can confirm the "Conditions" and "Action" to ensure that everything is setup the way you want it to be. Note: you may want to pay special attention to the marketing opt-in check in Conditions and to your email template to make sure it looks the way you want.

If you're looking to send the campaign through an integration instead of Junip's emails, then have a look at this guide.

Sending the campaign

When you click Create Campaign in the top right corner, we'll ask you to select the date range for your campaign. This is based on the date that the customer placed their order. Note: we recommend not sending to customers beyond 6 months old, as they're often less likely to leave a review.

When you click Launch, we'll double check that you want this to be sent. Campaigns cannot be cancelled after they've been sent and in most cases, customers will receive the review request almost immediately after you run it, so you'll want to make sure that everything is setup properly and this is a good time to send to customers.

Confirm your intention by clicking Yes, launch campaign and then you're all set!

A status bar will show at the top of the campaign page letting you know we're running this for you and then it will show when the campaign is completed.

You can click into "Campaign history" to see the campaigns that have been run up until now.

You can also head to your Outbox > Sent to see the review requests that have been sent as part of this campaign. Messages will relate to review requests sent directly from Junip, while Events will relate to requests sent through integrations. The Incomplete folder to see if any have been skipped (hovering over the "Cancelled" tag will show you the reason for cancellation).

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