This article gives you a quick overview of Talon.One's Campaign Manager.
The Campaign Manager is the frontend application of Talon.One where you can set up new applications, create, manage and analyze your promotional campaigns, maintain your integration and manage user profiles.
Read about the important elements of your application in the Application Overview. You can manage several applications within your Talon.One account, and several campaigns in one application.
Within your selected Application you will find the following sections:
When you create a new campaign it will appear in the Campaigns section (above). When you click on your campaign's name, a new menu will appear on the left with these sections:
- Rule Builder
On the Campaign Dashboard, you can see an overview of important information, budgets and performance metrics for your campaign.
Learn more about these Dashboard features on our page on creating and managing campaigns.
In the bottom left corner of the Campaign Manager, you have a circle cog icon (Account) that links you to the Account Management.
From this page, you can find important details and management tools for your account such as:
- Plan details (Your package, Promotion types, API volume & billing information)
- Account Status (Active Applications, campaigns, Rules, Coupons, Webhooks etc.)
- Organization (User List, Roles, campaign Groups, Single Sign-On)
- Dev Tools (Attributes, Additional costs, Logs & API Tester)
In the Organization section of the menu, you can control who has access to each area of the Campaign Manager and to what extent they are able to make changes to applications and campaigns.
The management tools you can use in this section are:
- Users List (Invite new users and edit their roles and permissions here)
- Roles (Create specific roles for one or more users)
- Campaign Groups (Group campaigns by departments, units or branches)
- Single Sign-On (Set up SSO connections for your Campaign Manager users)
In the Dev Tools section, you can manage attributes and webhooks. Here you will find the following sections:
- Webhooks Log
- API Log
- API Tester
In this section you can create new attributes, and monitor important application information and behaviour.
Learn more in the overview of application settings.
From here you may want to learn more about the specific subsections and their functionality within the Campaign Manager.