Simple messages experiences

Qubit's Simple messages experiences are designed to allow those in non-developer roles to make simple changes to experiences without having to make changes to to the code that is used in the background to power those experiences. This is achieved through the use of a template.

Each of your Simple messages experiences will be based on a template that a developer creates. In each template, the developer defines what changes can be made, and can include images, links, headings, and sub-headings.

What are templates?

Templates are created by developers and contain the basic building blocks of each experience. When creating a template, the developer will define the options that non-technical users will use to add content to the experience.

If you are a developer interested in creating templates, see Creating and Managing Experience Templates.

The workflow

Once built, templates can be reused as many times as required without further developer input; marketers can simply swap content in and out to meet the specific requirements of a campaign or promotion. This is one of the key advantages of using templates because once the template has been setup, users can focus on creating hyper-relevant experiences.

Key features

  • Templates are powerful and flexible and can be used in the most complex of websites
  • Once the template has been created, there is no need for further developer involvement in creating, editing, publishing the Simple messages experience
  • Once created, the marketer can use the template to create the experience and select options to customize it as needed
  • Simple messages experiences can be scheduled to start and stop to match the duration of specific campaign or strategy
  • As with all of Qubit's Experiences, Simple messages experiences are integrated with Qubit's segments to ensure your experience is delivered to the right visitors for maximum impact
  • This workflow removes common issues with WYSIWYG editors especially when it comes to websites built in React or Angular.
Last updated: October 2021
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