As shown above:
Step 1: Select Kenscio from the List of Available ESPs
In doing so, you will be prompted by a configuration modal.
Step 2: Name your Configuration
Please add a user-friendly name that enables you to identify the right ESP for a campaign while creating it. This comes in handy especially when you have multiple accounts with the same ESP for sending different types of campaigns (Transactional/ Promotional).
For example, if you have configured a Kenscio account for sending transactional campaigns, then you can name the configuration:
- Kenscio Transactional
- Kenscio T
Step 3: Add Credentials
Navigate to your Kenscio dashboard to find and copy your API Account Name, Auth Token, Message-ID. Paste them in the configuration modal.
Step 4: Click Add ESP,, and you're good to go!
You've now successfully integrated Elastic Email with your WebEngage dashboard.
You can test the integration by creating a test Email campaign and sending it to a group of internal users (aka your teammates).
Please feel free to drop in a few lines at [email protected] in case you have any further queries or feedback. We're always just an email away!
Updated 8 months ago