If your organization uses Centaman, you’ll be able to import subscriber lists from your database directly into WordFly. We’ve compiled some steps between Tessitura and Centaman to help you with this process.
Start in Centaman, create your list
In WordFly, import your Centaman list
You can import your Centaman list under Campaigns and/or Subscriber lists, once the list is done importing you can assign the list to a Campaign.
1. Go to Subscribers > Lists
2. Select Create an email list
3. Select Use a Centaman list
4. Give your list a name and click Continue.
5. Select your Centaman query from the available query ID's.
If you can't find the one you want double check the list is in Centaman, remember to "Refresh" the data if anything changes in Centaman. These lists are dynamic which means the numbers are always changing with the latest subscribers.
6. Select an Appeal and Channel (optional). Then select I'm done.
7. Map your fields, as many as you can. Then select I'm done.
WordFly will map as many as possible but then it's up to you to make sure to map other data fields. The most important one to map is Email. You can create new Data Fields for mapping; find out more in this post.
In order for responses to track back to Centaman, be sure to map:
- 'sourceID' from your list to 'SourceNumber' in WordFly
- 'member_code' from your list to 'CrmSubscriberId' in WordFly
8. Click Start importing.
*If you've followed these steps exactly and are coming across an issue with the file import, please email us to review the issue.