Challenge Targeting Overview


To set the visibility of your challenges to specific members, groups, types of members, etc. you can simply click on the target icon in the challenge editor (highlighted in blue below).

The targeting settings are divided into two sections - the first related to where the challenge should be displayed, and the second related to whom the challenge should be visible.

Where would you like to display this challenge?

The first step is to choose whether you want this challenge to appear within a Channel or on the main Challenges page (i.e. not in a Channel). 

Clicking on the dropdown will allow you to choose an Experience or Channel for this challenge. If you do not intend to put it within a Channel / Experience, you may leave this menu in its default state, that is "- Select a Channel - (optional)".

Who would you like to see this challenge?

Now we will walk through the targeting (segmentation) options available for each challenge you created.

Target Nominees: If you have an Open Sign-up Hub, and your new members start as Nominees, you will want to decide whether or not these users should be able to see this challenge. Check this option to allow them to see it.

Target Advocates: Choose this option every time unless you want this challenge to only show to nominees because you are running an Open Sign-up Hub.

Include advocates that meet (any / all) of the following (max 10): Here is where you choose the criteria for who should see this challenge. You may have up to 10 separate rules, with each rule able to contain up to 100 different criteria/values. 
Important! The criteria within a single rule (line item) are considered to be OR rules. For example, to see the challenge from the screenshot above, advocates can be in  any of the groups: "Reference Program" or "Advanced group". If you need the advocate to adhere to multiple criteria, you will need to create a new rule for each requirement.

Exclude advocates that meet (any / all) of the following (max 10): Exclusion rules may be added the same way as inclusion rules and behave the same. It is important to note that exclusion rules always take precedence over inclusion rules.

Criteria for inclusion falls into these groups:

  • Individuals: Specific advocates. You can search by the user's name, email, or title.
  • Group: The advocate is a member of a specific group.
  • Advocate Info: Criteria based on profile fields information about the advocate (e.g. Industry, Region, Title, etc.)
  • Behaviour: How the advocate behaves in your hub (e.g. Engaged, Not Engaged, completed specific challenges, etc)
  • Responses: Includes/Excludes advocates based on their response to a question from another challenge. You can choose to segment an exact response or a response that contains a certain word.
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