pasting colors’ numbers from our palette. Editing the answer section To get the color’s number, start editing text/designing buttons, and in the color palette, copy the necessary color number.
Editing the “Answers” fields design:
In the “Answers” fields, you show if the answer was correct or incorrect. To find them in your code, scroll down: Replacing colors for answer option section Brazil WhatsApp Number Data where “a1” is meant for the correct answer; “a0” is meant for an incorrect answer. Here you can replace a background color and a border color. By default, when users give an incorrect answer, the “Answer field” gets red; when users give a correct answer — it gets green. What about other elements, like questions themselves, images, and a number of sections? You edit them in your JSON file.
this module is already:
connected with the JSON file. You do not need to change anything in it. We’ll work on the JSON file only. Step 2. Working on questions/Editing a JSON file Yes, you need a JSON file for creating your Data Source — the questionnaire itself. This file will pull information/questions from your servers into emails. As your JSON file, use the code sample given below (the one we used for our campaign): Our code contains three question sections. Please remove the highlighted text from your JSON file if you want just two.
Screen of entire AMP-module:
You pull this module in your template. It is included in the AMP HTML version by default. To pull the module into a template, please: container template in B2C Lead your email; go to the “Modules” section; enter the “Pre-built” tab; enter “Questionnaire just drag this module into your template. Here, you can edit colors, colors for the “Question” word and its background, and colors for the fields with answers.
Working on data storage:
We need to create a data service — a place for storing users’ responses. If you want to put data on Stripo servers, please toggle the “Stripo storage” button. If you plan to store data in Google Drive (Spread Sheets), please follow the steps in our “Stripo Data Service” blog post. Inserting endpoints in emails Now to connect our survey to servers and data storage — to actually enable the AMP questionnaire in our emails, we need to insert the endpoints that we’ve just built: