How can I define a code pattern?
You can create two types of codes in Voucherify, and both can be customized:
- Unique codes – created in the Campaign Manager by choosing 'bulk codes'.
- Fixed codes – a single fixed code created in the Campaign Manager by choosing 'standalone code'.
Customize unique codes
In the first stage of the Campaign Manager, you'll see the settings of your code structure.
By using these features, you can define:
Customize fixed codes
Similarly, fixed codes are customized while creating them in the Campaign Manager. In the third stage of the process, you can define your code by simply typing it into the respective filed or defining its structure like in the previous point.
If you don't have an idea for a code, you can ask Voucherify to generate a random one for you.
As you can see, Voucherify gives you full control over the structure of your codes.
You can use all letters of the English alphabet, Arabic numerals, and special characters in your codes. However, we recommend to keep your codes legible by excluding commonly confused characters (e.g., 0 and O) and sticking to popular characters (e.g., avoiding ¶, §,<,}, etc.)
Vouchers are case-sensitive by default, but Voucherify allows you to decide whether you would like to keep this option or perhaps change it. In order to find this option go to your Project Settings.
Keep in mind that you need to establish that before creating new projects and campaigns and it cannot be modified later on!