Connect Adobe Campaign with Adobe Experience Manager to be able to manage email delivery templates, assets, and forms in Experience Manager.
The following video explains what you will learn.
Hello, and welcome to the course for integrating Adobe Campaign with Adobe Experience Manager. In this introduction video, we’re going to give you an overview of what to expect and what prerequisites you’ll need to get the most out of this course. The goal of this course is to teach you how to connect Adobe Campaign and Adobe Experience Manager. This will allow you to manage email delivery templates, assets and forms in Experience Manager while simultaneously using them in Campaign email deliveries. To do this, I will walk you through the required steps such as configuring your Campaign and AEM instances, installing the required packages in Campaign, publishing and approving assets created in AEM for Campaign, as well as synchronizing approved content for new email deliveries. You can expect to learn about setting up and configuring your Adobe Campaign instance to retrieve Experience Manager assets, how to create, publish, and approve content in AEM for use in Campaign deliveries, and how to create and synchronize your AEM content in a new Campaign email delivery with additional tips and tricks along the way.
To begin this course, you’ll need the following prerequisites. First, you’ll need access to an organization with Adobe Campaign. Adobe Campaign only supports Windows and requires Internet Explorer 11. If you’re using macOS, you must run Campaign on a virtual Windows machine. Next, you’ll need access to an organization with both an Adobe Experience Manager authoring and publishing instance. With that, let’s jump right into the course and begin learning how to connect Campaign and Experience Manager. . -