As shown above:

Step 1: Select mGage from the List of Available SSPs

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 SSP for a campaign while creating it. This comes in handy, especially when you have multiple accounts with the same SSP for sending different types of campaigns.

For example, if you have chosen to use mGage for sending Promotional campaigns, then we recommend that you indicate the same by naming the configuration something like:

  • mGage Promo Pipeline
  • mGage Promotional

Step 3: Add Your Account Details

Navigate to your mGage dashboard to find:

  • Host
  • Port
  • Aid
  • PIN

Paste these details in the configuration modal and click Add SSP to save.

Step 4: Add WebEngage Webhook URL in mGage Dashboard

Adding the WebEngage Webhook in mGage will enable us to receive delivery status notifications for each user. This includes campaign performance indicators like message delivered, failed, and queued.

Here's how you can go about it:

Step 4.1.: As shown below, you will find your mGage integration under the section, Your SMS Service Provider List.

Step 4.2.: Click the overflow menu placed on the extreme right, click View Webhook URL, and copy it.

Step 4.3.: Navigate to Settings in your mGage dashboard. Paste the WebEngage Webhook under the relevant field and save your settings.

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Congratulations!

You've now successfully integrated mGage with your WebEngage dashboard.

You can test the integration by creating a test SMS campaign and sending it to a group of internal users (aka your teammates).

A quick guide on Editing/ Deleting an integration.

Please feel free to drop in a few lines at [email protected] in you have any further queries. We're always just an email away!

Updated 23 days ago


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