Meaning and use of the codes in the template texts for your campaigns
Profiles & Sessions
Campaign: Personalize The Profile
With this template text you can animate your app users to fill out their app profile. This makes it easier for you to address them personally and to provide them with individual offers as well. At the end of the message, you will see the following:
<a href="#/profile" class="cc-link">Click here</a>
The text contains a piece of code (<a href="..."></a>) that makes it possible for your users to open a link within your message. If they click on it, they will be redirected to the app profile to complete it. As a result, this is a link to the app profile.
Example App Profile
You go to the profile of your app under Publish > Publishing Status > Web App > Visit. Now open the app profile (top right) and click on the pen icon. At the top of the URL bar you can see that your URL has been extended by #/profile.
You simply copy #/profile and paste it into the code as shown in the example above.
Of course, you can also create such links to modules so that your users can reserve a table with you, for example.
Example Table Reservation
The module URL starts from the #symbol:
It will look like this in your message:
Here it goes <a href="#/module/5393724" class="cc-link">to the table reservation</a>
Shop & Cart
Campaign: Abandoned Cart
Also in this template you will encounter some code. Here you want to remind your app users that there are still goods in their shopping cart – maybe they want to complete the order.
Example Shopping Cart
<a href="#showcart" class="cc-link">Click here to continue</a>
The <a href="..."></a> tag is also used here. The only difference is that the link is now directly to the shopping cart (#showcart) and not to the profile or a module. The corresponding URL then looks like this:
As in the example above, it is sufficient to copy the #showcart and paste it into your message within the tag.
You can use this procedure for your PWA as well as for your native app. Please also make sure that the code is copied or pasted correctly. For example, if the quotation marks are missing or if you did not open (<>) or close (</>) the link will not work.