To create an E-Swipe template, as with any template, you select the E-Swipe option from the popup window that was shown above, and you reaffirm your intention in the intermediary window. You’ll be taken to the all-inclusive E-Swipe configuration panel where you will find the elements that need to be defined in the template.
You will address the template creation from top to bottom.
Give your Template a name
Enter the name for the E-Swipe template
Define the swipe content
Select the type of E-Swipe being created. Here you have two options:
In either case, DCE will provide the Swipe Content Box that will require entering images or videos. The Image option is where you include static images that are swept across the user screen uncovering new content with each swipe until the end is reached. The Video option allows to include a YouTube URL with a corresponding click action URL.
For the image option, Selecting Add Swipe Content, results in a popup window where the swipe content is entered.
Give the content a name and define it by either inserting an image file in the drop area, or invoke an image through an URL by selecting Add image with a public URL.
As many iterations of this action can be repeated to include all the swipe content of the template.
As you add swipe content to the template, the Swipe Content area will reflect it by listing each content element in a table as shown in the following figure.
Content elements can be either edited or deleted through the Action buttons at the right end of table entry. Although in the table we show only image contents, they can be a mix of images and public URLs.
Similarly, when video content is selected for the E-Swipe template, DEP will provide an entry window tailored to this option which requires the definition of three fields: Content Name, a YouTube URL and Content click URL.
Once entered and saved, the Content table will be updated to reflect the change.
Define its validity period
In the Campaign URL Link Expiration, you define the validity period of the URL that has been associated to the content along with the expired Campaign image and its associated URL for redirecting the user to content relevant to the expired condition.
The validity period can be set as an absolute date or a number of hours after launching the campaign. The link validity box will conform to the radio button selection of Choose a Date, yielding a calendar, or Set a duration allowing to define the duration in hours.
At this point all the template elements have been defined so you can select Save. The template will appear in the overall template screen under E-Swipe.
Updated 6 months ago