In this arti­cle I want to show you how you can use the AEM — Adobe Cam­paign inte­gra­tion, and how to influ­ence the fields you see in the newslet­ter inte­gra­tion.

If you are inter­est to get the basics of this inte­gra­tion, this doc­u­men­ta­tion gives you a good start­ing point.

 This arti­cle assumes that you have already con­fig­ured your envi­ron­ment so that you have access to the inte­gra­tion. This means that when open the cam­paign newslet­ter you see the list of attrib­ut­es you can use.


 Things to be influ­enced

What I want to change from the default inte­gra­tion, are the fol­low­ing ele­ments:

  • show/hiding per­son­al­iza­tion blocks
  • adding cus­tom fields from the recip­i­ent
  • hid­ing fields from the recip­i­ent (fax / account #) for exam­ple

All of this is pos­si­ble with­out code changes, let me show you how.

Show/hiding per­son­al­iza­tion blocks

Here a video to show you how to do this:


In the next video I want to show you how to add new fields, and how to hide fields.


More doc­u­men­ta­tion on the spe­cif­ic in Adobe Cam­paign is avail­able here.

Hap­py cam­paign­ing! 🙂




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