What can I learn from Landing Pages Details?
Designing and saving your landing page is just a part of the longer process - now you need to publish it to allow interaction between the page and your customers.
Select Landing Pages tab - here you'll find a list of all your landing pages; keep in mind that you may edit and delete them from this view.
But if you'd like to publish your landing page, let's go to the Details section.
In the Details view, you'll see several options:
- Details - showcasing recent issues (allowing you to track any problems with the page) and recent changes made to the landing page. Recent issues section may include errors connected to: lack of proper domain, disabled client-side redemption/publication/customer creation or metadata validation.
- Preview - where you can see your landing page and make sure that everything is in order without the need to go back to the editor.
- Releases - that's the section you're looking for if your goal is to release or publish you landing page. The release option is the first step in publishing your landing page as it connects given Voucherify campaign to your landing page and attaches it to the chosen domain.
Remember, releasing is not the same as publishing as it is only supposed to give you a preview of your landing page. In order to publish your campaign select the grey cloud icon. Now, your customers will be able to access your landing page.
After the publication, the available publication actions will change.
The remaining two options concern monitoring and analytics so that you can keep your hand on the pulse and be up-to-date with all events connected with your landing pages. In the Monitoring section you can see the details of the error, seek technical help and also mark the issue as resolved.
Analytics - here you will be able to select which landing page performance should be tracked and what are the exact timeframes you'd like to analyse. Check out our other guides on landing pages to fully tap into the potential of Voucherify Landing Pages Creator: