Learn how to apply the same personalizations across multiple pages.
Depending on your goal, you can choose between a Smart Add-on and an On-site Personalization.
After giving your personalization a name, select the option "multiple pages" and set a wildcard. A wildcard defines on which pages your personalization will be applied.
Example: We defined a wildcard that applies our personalization to all pages in the directory mysite.com/features/ *
Option 1: You can use the wildcard at the end of a path: mysite.com/pages/* This will match:
Option 2: You can use the wildcard in between: mysite.com/*/features This will match:
Option 3: You can even define multiple wildcards in one path: mysite.com//features/ This will match
Although your personalization will be applied to multiple pages, you need to define a preview page. This page serves as a "template" for your multi-page personalization. It is the page that will load when you open the editor to style your personalization. Lastly, don't forget to select an audience.
Example: We will use the page mysite.com/features/insights to edit our multi-page personalization. Our target audience are "Existing Customers".
Finally, click on "save" and on "open personalization editor" to design your personalization. The new design will apply to all pages that match the wildcard pattern.
To make sure everything works properly, test all the pages affected by your wildcard path.