Platform

ZMP

Feature

The Campaign Approval Management feature allows users to set campaigns in the Draft, Ready for Approval, Approved, and Rejected statuses. All statuses can be reverted to Draft status by selecting the status in the drop-down. The features help teams collaborate on multiple campaigns while helping prevent errors. If you are subscribed to receive ZMP notifications you will receive a notification each time the approval status is changed.

Instructions for a Campaign Launch

Make sure all Campaign versions are approved before launch to avoid an error message

Once you have created a new campaign navigate to the content & audience tab.

  1. Under Status select the drop-down arrow in the box.

  2. Once the drop-down arrow is clicked it will display all four statuses.

  3. Select the status that correlates to the point you are at in the campaign.

  4. You will want to have the campaign approved before launch to avoid a warning message.

  5. ZMP will warn you if a version of a campaign isn't approved.

Draft

All edits are available in this status.

Ready for Approval

This status is selected when you are ready for the campaign to be reviewed. You will not be able to make edits in Ready for Approval Status.

Approved

No changes can be made in Approval Status. Once this status is selected you are ready to deploy the campaign.

Rejected

If a campaign is Rejected you will need to revert to the Draft Status to make the changes that are needed.

Instructions for an Experience

All campaigns must be approved or will be skipped once the experience is launched

Once you have created a new campaign in an Experience navigate to the content & audience tab.

  1. Under Status select the drop-down arrow in the box.

  2. Once the drop-down arrow is clicked it will display all four statuses.

  3. Select the status that correlates to the point you are at in the campaign.

  4. An Experience can be launched without campaign Approval but the campaign will be skipped over in the Experience.

  5. You will want to make sure all campaigns are approved before launching the Experience.

  6. ZMP will give you a warning but will let you proceed with deployment with unapproved campaigns.

Campaign Filters

On the Broadcast Campaign main screen for the Multi-Version campaigns, the following additional statuses are available under section “Approval Statuses” to filter upon: once the campaign has moved beyond draft (and approval statuses), the badge should continue to show the campaign status (eg. scheduled, sent, archived, Inactive, etc.).

  • Ready for Approval: If all the versions are ready for Approval.

  • Partially Approved: If at least one version is in Approved status and the rest of the versions are either in the Draft, ‘Ready for Approval’ or ‘Approved’ status

  • Approved: If all the versions are in Approved status

  • Partially Rejected: If at least one version is in Rejected status and the rest of the versions are either in the Draft, ‘Ready for Approval’, ‘Approved’ or ‘Rejected’ status.

  • Rejected: If all the versions are in Rejected status

The campaign is considered to be in a draft state if all the versions are either in ‘Draft’ or ‘Ready for Approval’ status.

Experiences

For Experience Campaigns, the statuses will reflect as is, since they are currently single-version. hence the applicable new statuses will be as follows and presented under a section ‘Approval Statuses’ when filtering:

  • Ready for Approval

  • Approved

  • Rejected