This New Feature (7.014): How to limit colors available on the selected garment.
Wouldn't it make more sense to have the campaign creator check the colors they want, as opposed to "unchecking" dozens of boxes? It seems like we're creating more work for the user.
"When creating a Campaign you can also limit colors available for the selected garment by unselecting a checkbox All Colors under the Select available colors and then select only the colors in which you want to offer this particular product for the selected Campaign."
Is there any talk about adding tons of generic graphics (industry specific) for campaign designers to use? Booster has 1000s of useful graphics that people can use and add their own text. Without offering graphics, we're at a huge disadvantage. This would also be a revenue stream for Deco....Steve
bump... bump... any word on how long till multiple products and multiple campaigns per user?? It's kind of horrible have to create a new user for every new campaign. Its hard to sell to someone who wants to do this on more than one campaign if they have to create a new user every time and cant track their earnings in one place.
At this time campaigns is still limited to a single product. Regarding multiple designs, that's also not possible with campaigns right now as it would require the alternate color option to be a separate product.
Does any bodie campaign banners display correctly? (does any one even use this fundraiser function at its current state?) The banner only fits on 1 size of screen resolution, that is a very limited audience. Shouldn't this be a very simple css fix??
7.0.15 includes an option in campaign settings and while creating a campaign to set the banner as either full width or unclipped. If your banner is informational instead of simple background you will want to use the unclipped option. Keep in mind that using the unclipped option the banner will not be full width at maximum size.
Under your settings - website settings - campaign store settings, you should be able to configure a max days for campaign length.
However if you are using the authorize then capture method (doesn't capture until campaign ends), the max length is 21 days. This is because authorizations in most cases do not last more than 21 days.
If you capture straight away then you can set the length longer. However the downside to capturing straight away, is that if you have to refund because you have not met minimum requirements, charges may be incurred by the gateway on refunds.
This is why the authorize then capture method is recommended for running campaigns. (the above is if your selected payment geteway handles authorize then capture, some gateways do not handle this process.