In this article you will learn about the important elements of your Application Page or the main page of your Talon.One account. Once you integrate with Talon.One, you can start using your Application(s) and creating promotional campaigns.
Before you start, it's important that your integration is running and your are sending data to Talon.One. Read our Integration Guide to learn more.
In Talon.One, an Application is the environment in which you create and manage your campaigns. They are the highest level of organization in your Talon.One account and the source of your customer activities. Each Application has a unique API key used to send integration data.
Depending on your business requirements, you can set up Applications that connect to a website, ecommerce shop, mobile app, different country markets, etc. You can also set up a staging or sandbox application for testing and production Applications for live campaigns. You can create as many applications as your contract allows.
Every request to the Talon.One Integration API comes from one or more Applications. Note that is not possible to share customer activity and campaigns across different Applications.
When you log into your Talon.One account, first you will see the Applications Page with a list of all your existing Applications. From the Application Page you can do the following:Manage Applications:
- Click Manage Applications to view, edit and create new Applications
- Click here to access your Developer Section where you can also manage Attributes, Webhooks, API Logs and the API tester
- If you want to create a new Application, click Manage Applications then select Create Application
- Learn how to create Applications here
- Click an application name and you will arrive at the application Dashboard
- Here you can create New Campaigns, manage Campaign Prioritization, Customers and Events
Discover and Learn:
- On the right side of your home screen you can access helpful resources like Developer Documentation or the Help Center
- Access the Developers Section, API tester, etc.