Use the Manage Publications Panel to edit a campaign's tab name, access its URL and embed code, and more.
The Manage Publications Panel icon is available in the left toolbar once your campaign has been published.
The Manage Publications Panel features a clickable Campaign URL to visit the live campaign. If the campaign is published to Facebook, the icon to the left of the Campaign URL is a thumbnail of the Facebook Page's profile picture. If the campaign is published to the web, there's a globe icon. Additionally, there are four buttons to the right of each Campaign URL for additional features and options:
- QR Code: Opens a small QR Code that you can scan with your smart phone to view the campaign on your device. It also includes a download button so that you can save the QR Code.
- Embed Code: [Available on Business Plan or higher] Opens the Embed Code dialog so that you can copy the embed code and paste it into your website's code.
- View/Edit Settings: [Available on Business Plan or higher] Opens the Custom Tab Name dialog, which lets you enter the campaign's name as it appears on Facebook. Once you've entered a name, click Done.
- Unpublish: To unpublish or uninstall a Campaign, click the trash can button, and click OK in the dialog box that appears.
Each publication of a campaign has its own URL and buttons. If the campaign is published to both Facebook and the web, there will be two sets of URLs and buttons.
There are three buttons in the footer of the panel. If the campaign is published to Facebook, the button at the left indicates the Facebook publish method; whether Quick or Custom. If you are on a Business Plan or higher, you can click the Facebook icon in the bottom-right to add an additional Facebook publication. Click the settings icon at the right of the footer to access and edit the Facebook App Secret. However, do not edit this field unless you know what you're doing.
Like other panels, if Auto-Layout mode is disabled you can click and drag the Manage Publications Panel to move it around the work space and position it where you'd like. Click and drag the panel's edges to resize it.