Note: Campaign type is only available for organizations utilizing multi-campaign. Click here to learn more.
A campaign's priority identifies the order in which a campaign is potentially executed within the campaign environment (stage or public).
When an end-user visits the property , Sourcepoint will check your Multi-Campaign configuration starting at Priority 1 to see if it triggers and work its way down the priority list. Sourcepoint will stop checking your multi-campaign configuration when the maximum number of messages per pageview condition is satisfied (see examples).
Note: An anti-adblock campaign type cannot be in a higher priority than a GDPR campaign type. This is because we need to collect consent for Sourcepoint as a vendor before we can trigger the anti-adblock script.
Campaign Priority Examples
Example: Campaign Priority Execution
Example: Campaign Priority Execution (Maximum Message Limit Satisfied)
Edit Campaign Priority
Drag and drop the different campaign cards within a campaign environment to change the relative priority for a campaign.
Confirm the new priority for the campaign in the subsequent modal and click Confirm.
Note: If you are moving a campaign from stage to public in a Multi-Campaign experience, you will also have to confirm the priority in the new environment.