You could inject everyone who fills out the form into the journey, and as the first step, use a decision split to check whether checkValue matches the criteria or not:
if not, they exit the journey
if it matches, they continue the journey
You need to make sure that the Data Extension you’re using for the form is a part of an Attribute Group in Contact ...
You just need a SQL to join your pickup data extension with Master data extension and populate the target data extension with whatever additional attributes/ fields you need. Then put that query in an Automation and schedule it to run every hour.
Currently Salesforce Data entry event doesn't support on 'IsChanged' function.
As a work around, you can create a Boolean field let's say 'Update SFMC Entry'. You can use process builder to add the logic IF Fistname or Birthdate has changed by using IS Changed function you can update the formula field set it as 'True'.
Post some time like 10 mins in the ...
If you want to track the email sent from journey then you can use the sent tracking output from tracking extract.
Once you are done with the tracking extract and file transfer activity. You can the get the file from SFMC SFTP and filter with the 'TriggeredSendExternalKey'. You can find your journey triggered send external key by going into Email Studio >...
'Last message open' is a standard attribute in Mobile Push Data > Mobile Push Demographics.
Let's say if a customer has opened your push message then using Marketing cloud SDK it communicates to SFMC and says when the message has been opened in almost real time.
So, you can use the 'Last Message Open' from Mobile Push Demographics and check with ...
Any changes to the current entry source data extension would not be reflected in any running journey. The journey takes a snapshot of the DE configuration at the time of activation and doesn't update when you make a change.
So if you tried to make reference to a newly added field, through a personalization string this error would occur. However, you could ...
@Maneesh Thank you, but unfortunately that does not work as the data I need to insert is stored in contact data as opposed to journey data. So %%FirstName%% works fine for the email itself but not when it is embedded in a journey.
You can only make changes to emails in an active journey.
If you create a new version of the journey, you will be able to update the wait activity, but keep in mind that all the contacts which have already been injected into the first version, will still have to wait until June 15th - there is no way to „transfer” them into the new version of the journey.
"Send Relationship" in a data Extension can be understood as the answer to this question:
"In this Data Extension, which field defines the person that is being sent to?".
The "person" relates to what Marketing Cloud calls the Subscriber Key.
So likely, this is the correct answer for your question.
The Send Relationship does NOT necessarily have to be the ...
Yes you are on the right direction. If you try to call out the journey entry event API then it will insert a record in data extension and it will also send out a real time email.
My findings on your issue:
Check if its entering into the journey by clicking on View events in journey.
Check if you are using any ampscript in journey builder emails. ...
If you use the Event "Object Activity" in the Journey, select your object and action (likely find and update), and in step "Map Fields", find the relevant Date field. Then you will have the option to select:
"Date Contact Enters Activity"
This should be the current date.
It is definitely possible to join those data views. Just as a reminder: data views keep data only for 6 months.
For the subscribers that didn't receive the communication, check if they are valid subscribers so a send is theoretically possible. If so, also join the data JourneyActivity view with the Bounce view to see it there are any bounces.
To join check ...
If I have understood your question correctly:
I have the Room DE
I have the Master DE
I use this query:
from room r join masterde m on
r.subscriberkey = m.subscriberkey
And my resultant DE has this:
You can use this query in the automation Studio
An SSJS activity's probably a bad idea from a scalability perspective. Instead, create an Automation to inject contacts into a second journey that updates the campaign member status for all contacts sent one of your emails. Your first step would be to identify who's opened your emails or clicked on any of their links. There are a couple of options for this, ...
Yes, you are on the right direction. When you use engagement split it can able to look only one email. You need to add another engagement split to look for another email. Similarly if you want to look both open and click you would need to have another engagement split.
However, if you are someone who like SQL query then you can follow the below approach:
Here's my go-to process for Journey logging.
The gist is:
Create a status DE and relate it to the Contact in Contact Builder
Create a log DE to receive the status rows
Create a Query Activity in an hourly Automation that sweeps status rows to the log
Use the Update Contact activity in your Journey to record whatever you need
All your Journeys can use the ...
No, there is no possibility to wait until a value is changed within a journey. You could however create a second journey, that uses a Salesforce data event as an entry source and listens to the field change. Another option is running a scheduled automation that checks your criteria via a SQL query based on the synchronized data extension of your custom ...