Once created, a Campaign will be available for selection using the Data Rail on the left side of the screen. On clicking a campaign, that campaign’s data will be enabled for visualization in the Canvas, or the central area of your screen. Campaign data in ATOMIZED is organized in containers known as Flights. Flights contain Assets, Text Content, Notes, and other related attributes, and are used to organize and visualize information within a campaign. Multiple campaigns can be selected, with a colored-border being displayed for all selected campaigns - when this happens, Flights from all selected campaigns will be displayed in the canvas.

Once at least one campaign has been selected, users will have the ability to choose the View they would like to use for visualization. The following views are currently available:

• Calendar View: Calendar View is a monthly view of all flights scheduled, and focuses on helping evaluate your month from the start to the finish. Use it as a high-level dashboard to see when certain flights are kicking off.

  • Columns View: The Columns View organizes flight content by Status, allowing a clear picture of where work stands in your workflow. Move flights easily from column to column as you make progress. 
  • List View: The List View is for quickly viewing and working with a large amount of information. Flight information within the selected date range will be organized into a table, and can be selected for quick live updating. List View is great for easily navigating through a set of flights for review, or tackling an upcoming campaign one piece of content at a time.
  • Timeline View: The Timeline View is a great way to visualize your content channels across a period of time, with all flights displayed in a timeline format, grouped by Track. Find opportunities to fill gaps in your content strategy, or move content freely across days or tracks. Timeline View provides a simple way to see a high-level ‘big picture view’ of your campaign data.

Each view selected will display content based on the Date Range selected at the top of the screen, and the selected Date Range Selector may function differently depending on the view you are currently using.

Calendar View will always display a single month of content, and updating the date in the selector will move your calendar to the month for the selected date. 

The Timeline view date range will match the values input into the Date Range Selector. If the amount of time displayed on screen is greater than can be displayed in single days, the application will automatically scale the displayed timeframe to weeks or months.

In other views, like List and Kanban, the Date Range selector allows the user to display only content that spans the selected range. 

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