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We’ve been using the word campaign a lot in our documentation and email conversations. But what exactly is it? In this article, we will ensure that everyone has an accurate understanding of what a “campaign” is and encourage using the term correctly and consistently. 

A campaign is a set of generated file data residing in a *campaign sheet that has been processed by Publigo. Specifically, a campaign is the very act of clicking the Generate File button. When you click that button, documents are processed by Publigo, and that counts as a single campaign (even if you only test generate a single document, it still counts as a campaign). If you add rows with a new data set and click the Generate File button again, it is a separate campaign.

You can have 1 Google Sheets file containing your * campaign sheet and in this campaign sheet you can process multiple campaigns (by clicking the Generate File on separate instances button).

A * campaign sheet is where all the data related to your generated documents is stored. 

A single Google Sheets file containing 3 campaign sheets ( Campaign 1 & Campaign 2 & Campaign 3).