Campaign Automation - cloning

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    Emily Clever

    Hi Rachel,

    You'll definitely want to click "Publish" only AFTER your Campaign Automation is completely set up and ready to go.  You can't make changes to the Campaign Automation after you've published it without pausing or stopping the Campaign Automation.  So to answer your second question first, add the trigger to the canvas and select your marketing list and click "Run on Entire List," then build/edit the rest of your Campaign Automation before you hit "publish."  

    To answer your first question, you can clone a Campaign Automation that's published or that's still in draft mode; the cloned Campaign Automation will, by default, not be published.

    Thanks,
    Emily

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    Rihards Savickis

    But do you advice to make changes to the Campaign Automation after you've published it after pausing or stopping the Campaign Automation and the republishing it again? 

    I got a CA setup that failed all the participants because we editing a once published CA setup.

     

    All participants were added only AFTER publishing the CA for the final time.

     

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