Campaign Environments
For any given property, Sourcepoint allows your organization to run campaign(s) on a staging environment and a public environment. Between these two environments your organization can test, control, and ultimately launch campaign(s) to your end-users.

Stage Environment

Campaign(s) added to the stage environment allow you to preview and test your Message experience (strategy, layout, copy, etc.) on the property without it being visible to your end-users. The stage environment allows for testing / QA as stage campaigns can only be seen by those who have set the correct cookie.
Viewing the Message experience in the stage environment depends on which version of the Sourcepoint script is implemented on the property. Please refer to the examples below to correctly format your URL.
Contact your Sourcepoint Account Manager if you are not sure which version of the Sourcepoint script is running on your property.

Sourcepoint v1 Script

If the property has Sourcepoint's v1 script implemented, add the following parameter to the property's URL to view the stage environment of your message experience:
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?_sp_env=stage&_sp_scriptVersion=latest
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The URL to access the stage environment for the property will look similar to: www.PROPERTYURL.com/?_sp_env=stage&_sp_scriptVersion=latest

Sourcepoint v2 Script

If the property has Sourcepoint's v2 script implemented, add the following parameter to the property's URL to view the stage environment of your message experience:
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?_sp_env=stage
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The URL to access the stage environment for the property will look similar to: www.PROPERTYURL.com/?_sp_env=stage

Sourcepoint Combined Script (Multi-campaigns)

If the property has Sourcepoint's combined script implemented, add the following parameter to the property's URL to view the stage environment of your message experience:
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?_sp_env=stage
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The combined URL to access the stage environment for the property will look similar to: www.PROPERTYURL.com/?_sp_env=stage

Public Environment

Campaigns in the public environment are considered "live" and are accessible by end-users who visit your property's URL.

Move Campaign Between Environments

To move a campaign between environments (e.g. making the campaign "live" for end-users after testing), simply drag the campaign from the stage column into the public column.
The moved campaign will be added to the new environment and continue to exist in the original environment.
clone from Stage/Public will be appended to the name of the campaign in the new environment.
Only a single campaign can be run in an environment at a given time.
If there is a campaign already in the environment, the original campaign will be ended in the environment and be replaced with incoming campaign.

Move Campaign Between Environments (Multi-Campaign)

There are additional settings to consider when moving a campaign between environments for a property utilizing Multi-Campaign. To move a campaign between environments (e.g. making the campaign "live" for end-users after testing), simply drag the campaign from the stage column into the public column.
Confirm the priority of the campaign in the new environment by clicking Yes in the subsequent modal.
The moved campaign will be ended automatically in its original environment and added to the new environment. clone from Stage/Public will be appended to the name of the campaign in the new environment.
There can only be a single campaign for each type (GDPR, CCPA, Anti-Adblock, iOS Tracking, etc.) in a campaign environment.
If there is a campaign in the environment with the same type as the incoming campaign, the original campaign will be ended in the environment and be replaced with incoming campaign.
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