TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Content Container Details
- Adding A Content Container
- Editing Content Containers
- Publishing Content Container
- Scheduling a Content Container
- Deleting Content Container
- Content Container data on the Webstore
Navigate to: CMS > Containers
Content Containers is a section from where the administrator can create and manage the personalized content for different user groups using the same Container.
From this section, administrators can add/edit/delete and publish the Content Containers. They can also search and filter the Content Containers.
Content Container Details
Adding A Content Container
Administrators can add Content Containers by following the steps below:
Click on Add New
Fill in the “General information”
Click on the Next button on the upper right corner, a page to add data for default variant appears
Select Template (optional)
Fill in the required data
Unless the data for default variant i.e. “Any Store, Any User Profile” is added for default locale, Content Container cannot be created
“Any Store, Any User Profile” variant cannot be deactivated and cannot be deleted since it’s a default variant.
Click on Save or Save & Close. When the administrator clicks on save, the container data along with the default variants is saved and administrators get redirected to the Edit container variant screen. When the administrator clicks on save & close, the container data along with the default variants is saved and administrators get redirected to the Edit container screen.
Editing Content Containers
Administrators can edit the content containers by clicking on the edit icon. From the edit section the administrators can change all the details except Container Key and the Container Family. Administrators have the option of adding new variants from the edit section.
Publishing Content Container
Administrators can publish the Content Containers from the Publish icon on the list page. Publishing a Content Containers will publish all the added variants for specific locales for which the data is added.
Administrators can publish the Content Container from the multiple screens on the admin application:
Edit screen on the upper right corner there are 3 option
Save & Close
When a Content Container or Variant is created then its status is Draft.
When any Variant is edited, Content Container’s status also becomes Draft but vice versa is not true.
Content Containers need to be published in order to publish the variants.
If a change is made into a variant then the status of Content Containers changes to Draft. Administrators need to publish the Content Containers in order to publish the variant.
In the case of multi-variant, if only one variant is published, then only that particular variant will be in a published state. The rest of the variants will have the same status along with the Content Containers.
Scheduling a Content Container
Administrators can create a scheduler for the content container by clicking on the scheduler action.
When adding and editing scheduler details, the following details are visible on the pop-up screen:
The Touchpoint name is auto-generated and Scheduler Type is defaulted to Scheduled.
The administrator can define a unique name for the Scheduler from this section. (Scheduler name can be added only while creating a scheduler. Once the scheduler is created the name is not editable).
Scheduler Setting - One Time
The administrator can start a One-time scheduler e.g. single-time job execution from this section selecting a specific start date and time.
Scheduled - The administrator can schedule the dates and times whenever the Scheduler needs to start.
When this is selected the scheduler Job is active and is executed on the specified start date and time.
Deleting Content Container
Administrators can delete the Content Containers by clicking on the delete icon on the list page. Admin application asks for confirmation if the Content Containers needs to be deleted. Clicking on Ok will delete the Content Containers.
Content Container Data On The Webstore
When a content container is configured, the published and active variant are selected by the application based on the below-mentioned precedence. The combinations get checked by the below precedence. Whichever combination is available is shown on the webstore. If none of the combinations are available then the default combination (given in the last) is shown on the webstore:
Specific Store, Specific User Profile, Selected Locale
Specific Store, Specific User Profile, Default Locale
Specific Store, Any User Profile, Selected Locale
Specific Store, Any User Profile, Default Locale
Any Store, Any User Profile, Selected Locale
Any Store, Any User Profile, Default Locale
Ex. The following screenshot contains two Variants:
Specific Store, Any User Profile (Configurations: Maxwell’s Hardware, Any User Profile and English and French locale)
Any Store, Any User Profile (Configurations: Any Store, Any User Profile and English locale)
If the store, user profile and locale used on the web store are Maxwell’s Hardware, Anonymous and English, then according to the precedence the combination the first variant is getting matched hence it will be displayed on the webstore.