Target Audience: Administrators
This section describes how to set up a campaign in Payway. You can read more about campaigns and their implications in Payway here.
To create or edit campaigns in Payway, simply navigate to your PAP => Packages & Campaigns => Campaigns. Once you have selected "Create a campaign", or navigated to the edit view of an existing campaign, you will have a few fields to fill in/consider, consisting of the following:
|The name of the campaign
|Code identifying the campaign
|Unique and generated identifier for this specific campaign
|Integration code, used for mapping the specified campaign to a product in a subscription system
|Description of package
|Short description of package
|The sales period of the package. A package cannot be sold before or after its set validity period (but can be changed at any time).
|When the campaign has ended
|Decides what should happen once the purchased subscription period comes to an end. You can read more about this property here.
|Decides what tags the package should belong to.
|Partial payment configuration
|Decides which partial payment configuration that should be used. Used when you would like to offer payment plans for your customers.
|Gift purchase allowed
|Decides whether the package can be purchased as a gift (or only as a gift)
|Voucher purchase allowed
|Decides whether the package can be purchased as a voucher (or only as a voucher)
Areas of usage¶
When editing an existing campaign, you will receive information about where the campaign at hand is used (that is, in which configuration). By making use of this, you don't need to click through every configuration that Payway has to offer, simply to find out where a given campaign is used.
This is currently implemented for the following configurations:
- Retention Campaigns
- Campaign ladders
- Purchase & gift rules
- Flex campaigns
- Campaign groups
Campaigns require a package to function. If you have yet to create your first package, or would like to create an entirely new package for a given campaign, we recommend you first read up on our packages instead.