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How to Copy a Campaign Log to Your iOS App

You've got your campaign log on the web or another device and now want to use it on your iOS App. Here's how.

Step 1: Export Your Log

Using the Web App as an example, you first go to your Campaign Logs home screen:

When the export overlay pops up, click on the JSON button:

the app will automatically download the file for you.

Step 2: Put Your Exported Log File on Your iOS Device

Use whatever method you normally use to transfer files to your iOS device:

  • Dropbox
  • iCloud
  • iTunes
  • etc.

We prefer Dropbox.

Step 3: Open Your iOS Campaign Logger App and Open Preferences

Step 4: Open Your iOS Campaign Logger App and Open Preferences

Choose the JSON file to import.

Click the Choose File button on the overlay that pops up next:

Find the file using the service or method you chose to transfer the JSON file export over:

If you used Dropbox, click the More button and slide the Dropbox toggle on to green:

Then go back to the Choose File options and you'll see Dropbox as an available service:

When successful, the app will give you a confirmation message:

Encounter A Problem?

Please give the import a couple of minutes to work. Sometimes it takes the app awhile to parse through all the information.

If import fails the first time, please try again. Just to be sure you selected the correct file, etc.

The very first time I opened my iOS Campaign Logger app and imported a log file, it would not work for me until I created a test Campaign Log within the app. I do not know if it was just me or if it's a bug. But if import fails after two tries, then create a new Campaign Log within the app and try the import again. That worked great for me.

If you get stuck on importing Campaign Log files into the iOS app, please send us a help request

how_to_copy_your_campaign_log_into_the_ios_app.txt · Last modified: 2017/04/20 15:39 by Johnn Four