Creating a New Campaign

This tutorial will show you how to create a New Campaign to start approving Images for a widget. For advanced technical support please contact us at insta@redbitdev.com.

Prerequisites

In order to set this functionality up, you will need to have first done the following:

Steps To Creating Your First Campaign.

  1. Go to your Shopify Admin Dashboard.
  2. Click “Apps” and then find and click on the AuthentiPix app.
  3. On the resulting page, you will find your options for setting up your data streams to monitor. You can choose between a Hashtag feed or a direct account feed.
  4. You will now need to give your campaign a name, and choose the order     in which your images will be displayed.

Using the Hashtag Feed: This is the option you want if you have customers posting your products on social media. Once the media is approved it will be showcased on your website automatically! Please note that ONLY 1 hashtag can be used at a time with each campaign.

Using the Instagram Account Feed: Tracking an Instagram account is great if you always want to show your own Instagram media on your site. Once the media is approved it will be showcased on your website automatically! Please note that ONLY 1 Account can be linked to the feed at any given time.

Note: If you would like to use more then 1 hashtag for multiple feed on your site, please refer to our help doc “One Widget Per Product” .

Moderating Your Media

Once you have chosen your desired method of data stream, you will then be directed to the media moderator.

Here you will browse the images that are linked to the Instagram account or the hashtag selected.  You may approve or remove images that you would like to include in the widget, to be displayed on your site.

Note: Images must be approved before you can set up a new widget. This process is to prevent any unwanted or inappropriate images from appearing on your site.

Once you have approved the images, you may proceed to creating a new widget.  For a list of our widget types, please refer to our  “Widget Types” Help Doc.