A campaign is a combination of your product and design.
Each campaign will become a correspondent product on Shopify for selling.

You can do some basic actions for a campaign as normal product right from Shopify (setting shipping rates, making a product unavailable on online store...) but do NOT edit variants.

To create a campaign, go to Campaigns page and click on +New campaign button.

First, name your campaign.

After launched, the campaign URL will be based on the Campaign title (you can change it later).

After naming your campaign, click "Save" and the Campaign Editor will open.

Campaign editor

Step 1: Add products & artworks

In this step, start adding your product base & artworks that you want to combine.

Add at least 1 product base

Printareas from the selected product base will show up. Add artworks to the suitable printarea

For example: add a "Girl & Dogs" on the Front of T-shirt, and a "Quote" on the Back.

Add artwork to the printarea you'd like to sell, no need to add artwork to all printareas. If a printarea has no artwork, it'll not be rendered in order design.

You can add multiple product bases. And sell the same or different artworks.

There will be an option for customers to select the product on store.

To edit a product base, hover on product name and click the Pencil icon to edit. A popup will appear to edit product name & variants.

You can click on the product title on top of the popup to change the product name appearing on store (only apply to this campaign).

To edit variants, click on the Color & Size options to choose to show which variants on store (Blue options are active).
Changes will be updated on the "Available Variants" table next to it.

Then click "Save".

Read this article to learn more: Edit Variants in Campaign

To remove a product base from campaign, edit it and click on "Remove from campaign".

Step 2: Preview Your Campaign

After finishing setting up campaign in Step 1, scroll down to preview campaign in Step 2.

Click on the Campaign name to edit it

Available Product is a list of product bases you added in Step 1.
Click on a product to change preview to that product, including the correspondent mockup, variant options and personalization form.

The personalization form is below the variant options. This form will show personalization options from all artworks added to the active product.
Read this article to learn more: Personalization Options in Campaign

You can upload new mockup or edit mockup just for Campaign.
Read this article to learn more: Mockup in Campaign

Step 3: Edit Campaign Information

A campaign launched to Shopify store will create a correspondent product in Shopify. So you can add the additional information for this campaign to sync to the product in Shopify.

Click on the "Edit campaign info" button on the sticky header. A popup will show up.

Product Type, Vendor & Tags: will become the Product Type, Vendor and Tags in Shopify Product

If you leave the "Vendor" field blank, it'll take the fulfillment provider name in Product Base (Picanova).

Product Thumbnail: the featured image of product item, showing on other pages

Final: Launch Campaign

When your campaign is all ready to launch, it will show a green message at the bottom.

If the message bar shows in red, it means your campaign is missing something to launch. Please make sure:
There is at least one artwork and one product base
There is at least one available variant on each product base
All variants are valid (have SKU, color, size, price)
No duplicate SKUs between products and variants

If the message is green, you can click on "Launch" button on top right corner to publish campaign to online store.

You can also launch a campaign to multiple stores (Read more about Launching campaign to multiple stores)

After launching, some buttons will show up:
Launch button changes to "Update", so you can update campaign whenever you make a change.
View button to open campaign URL on storefront.
Logs button to view campaign history.
Edit URL to change the product handle on store.

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