What you need

Here’s a step by step guide that will walk you through each step of importing and launching a campaign page.

To import a campaign page, you will need two things:


Step 1: Import the campaign page

1. Navigate to Campaigns

2. Click on “Import”

Settings > Campaigns > Import

3. Select the XML file that contains the campaign page

4. Click on “Upload file” and then “Import”

Importing .XML files in P4

5. At this step, P4 checks if the original author/s of the campaign page exist in your site – and not just the author of the page but the authors of all media assets (images) included in the page.

Key Info – Original Campaign authors most probably don’t exist in your P4 site, and the best way is to reassign everything to yourself – so at every step of the Import author process, just select “assign post to an existing user:” and choose your user in the dropdown.

6. At the Import Attachments step, select “Download and import file attachments” so everything that’s included in the original page gets imported.

7. Click on “Submit”

Reassigning authorship of the Campaign to your P4 instance

8. If all is imported successfully, you’ll see a summary page, listing those assets that already exist in your site. The importing is done, now it’s time to set up and publish your new campaign page!


Part 2: Setup the campaign page

1. The imported campaign page will be listed under the “Campaigns” menu of your P4 site

2. The page will be imported as a Draft, so it won’t be published until you do that.

3. Please note that the pages are listed by the date they were published/last modified. If the imported campaign page was last modified at an earlier date, it will be not on the top of your list, you might need to find it further down.

4. Click on “Edit”

Campaigns are ordered by last published / modified date, so it may be possible that your imported campaign is at the bottom of the list!

5. If you have an Engaging Networks Form block in the campaign page to capture supporter data, then you have to make sure to select what Engaging Networks petition page it should send data to.

You can do this in the EN Form block editor, selecting the EN petition you want in the “Engaging Networks Live Pages“.

KEY INFO – As the name suggests, your petition needs to be published/live in EN to appear in this list. Check the EN form block tutorial

Make sure your EN Form in P4 is associated to your LIVE EN Petition

6. Scroll further down in the settings of the block, and select the P4 EN form that you want to display on the campaign page (remember, forms are country specific so they are not imported).

KEY INFO #1 – If you haven’t created any EN Form yet, you can do so by following these instructions.

KEY INFO #2 – If you are not using Engaging Networks, you can add a Happy Point for data capture and set it up using your usual settings.

Make sure your EN Form in P4 is associated to your EN P4 Form or Happy Point

7. Once done, the page is ready to be published. Don’t forget to check the usual things before publishing:


Step 0: Export the campaign page

Once the Campaign Digital lead has terminated populating all the standard content and blocks, these should be exported in an .XML file, which then should be shared via email to all NROs participating in the campaign

To export a Campaign in the P4 Campaign Generator:

  1. Navigate to “Tools”
  2. Click on “Export”
  3. Select Campaigns
Settings > Tools > Export

What gets exported and what does not

Please note that any page has page-specific elements and site-specific elements. Only page-specific elements are exported (and imported), site-specific elements are not.

Page-specific elements include everything that you edit on that specific page, so here’s what will be exported (and imported)

There are, however, site-specific elements that are specified outside of the page:that cannot be exported / imported, such as


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