Applies to: All ONTRAPORT accounts.
The Campaign Builder has a complete revision history, showing all prior saved versions of the Campaign.
Understanding the Revision History
There are three sections in the Revision History, Unpublished Draft, Currently Published Version, and Previously Published Version (read only).
If you have edited and not published the current Campaign Map you will have an Unpublished Draft version of the Campaign. If you have not yet changed anything on the current Campaign Map this section will be empty.
The Currently Published Version is populated only when a Campaign Map is published. This means the Campaign Builder Checklist has been completed and the Map published.
The Previously Published Version list will allow you to view, but not edit, prior versions of this Map. You can select these prior versions and click the Performance Mode button to see the saved statistics for that version.
How the Revision History Affects Editing
When you open a Campaign that was never published you will open the last saved draft version in Edit Mode. If you open a Campaign that is published it will open in Performance Mode, showing you the live version of the Campaign. (See Campaign Builder Modes for more information on the different modes available for the Campaign builder.)
If you click Edit while viewing a published Campaign, and you have previously saved draft you will be taken to the last saved Unpublished Draft version for further editing. If there is no saved draft available, the published Campaign will load in Edit Mode. You can save your changes and the Campaign Builder will create a new draft version. Publish the draft version to change your published Campaign.
Articles in this section
- Campaign Builder Introduction
- Best Practices: Campaign Builder
- Campaign Builder Triggers and Goals
- Campaign Builder Actions
- Campaign Builder Filters
- Campaign Builder Webhooks
- Campaign Builder FAQs
- Campaign Builder Checklist and Notes
- Campaign Builder Modes
- Campaign Builder Revision History