Flights are the content container used to help you plan, organize, and view your content in ATOMIZED.

When you create a flight in ATOMIZED, you are grouping Assets, Text Content, Notes, and other related attributes that are related to each-other. For example, a flight might represent a message you are pushing to your customers through a single channel, a file that you are processing through your workflow for delivery, or an event that your team is planning. Flights are flexible, and can represent anything you need them to in your ATOMIZED Campaign.

Depending on the view you create a flight from, you will be able pre-populate certain information. As an example, clicking on an empty day in the Calendar view allows you to create a new flight on the day you clicked. In any view, clicking on the + button at the bottom right of the canvas will open the Create New Flight window.

The Create New Flight window allows you to associate information related to the flight as you create it. The following attributes for can be associated to the Flight on creation:

  • Custom Flight Color: Clicking the Flight Color icon (symbolized by the star) allows the user to select a new Flight color for the selected flight.
  • Date Range: Clicking the Start or End Date of the Flight's Date Range allows the user to change the flight duration.
  • Attached Asset files: Users can drag and drop files into the Flight to attach them, or click on the Add Asset button within the Asset preview section to attach them using their file explorer.
  • Flight Title: Users can rename the Flight, which will be reflected both in the Panel and on the various Campaign views.
  • Content: Users will have the ability to add content text to the flight, and edit formatting of that content in-line, simply by clicking into the Content section.
  • Notes: Introduced in ATOMIZED 2.0, users will now have the ability to separate internal notes on the Flight from content, using the 'Notes' section. The Notes section 
  • Tags: Tags allow users to associate a label to the flight for the purpose of identification or to help include other relevant information with the flight details
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