When your Episerver system and related services are set up, you will receive the permission keys and credentials needed to access the user interface. The setup depends on what parts of the Episerver platform you have in your implementation, for example CMS or Commerce, Campaign, Find, and the products in the Personalization suite.
Log in to access features
The login procedure may differ depending on how your system is set up, but usually you log in using a specified URL, or through a button or link on your website.
For example, to access the Episerver CMS edit view, you select CMS Edit in the Episerver quick access menu displayed to the top right when logged in.
When logged in, select the platform part that you want to work with.
What do you want to do?
Manage website content - CMS
Create and edit web pages, add links and images, work with content blocks and web forms. Manage content approvals and publishing. See the CMS section.
Manage products, discounts, and orders - Commerce
Enrich product information with text and images, create discounts for sales campaigns, manage markets, and work with orders. See the Commerce section.
Create automated omnichannel campaigns - Campaign
Manage recipient lists, create mailings, and set up automated campaigns for pushing marketing messages in multiple channels. See the Campaign section.
Optimize site search - Find
Analyze search terms, add search optimization based on visitor actions, and create "best bets" to promote selected website content. See the Find section.
Manage visitor profile data and segments - Insight
Analyze profile data based on website tracking information, and create segments and target groups to be used in personalized marketing messaging. See the Insight section.
Manage personalized product recommendations - Perform
Create and configure a merchandising campaign, to display personalized recommendations from the product catalog, for display on multiple devices. See the Personalization section.
Manage triggers and email recommendations - Reach
Create personalized email messages that are automatically triggered by visitor behavior, for example to act on abandoned shopping carts. See the Personalization section.
Other features - Add-ons
There are many extensions available for Episerver, for example for A/B testing, Google Analytics, and marketing automation features. See Marketing and other add-on descriptions in the user guide.
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