In VWO Campaign Settings, you can typically configure the following in the SETTINGS > CAMPAIGN SETTINGS of your VWO account:
Create mutually exclusive groups
Using the Mutually Exclusive Groups option in VWO, you can group multiple tests together that are mutually exclusive. By ensuring visitors do not overlap multiple tests, you can ensure that the unrelated test variations are not seen by the same visitor. This eliminates the interaction effects that multiple tests could have with each other. Improvements in conversion rate can be attributed to the right test and remove bias. To learn about configuring the mutually exclusive campaign groups in VWO, refer to How to Set Up Mutually Exclusive Campaign Groups in VWO?.
Define the Thresholds for a Variation
While setting up a test campaign, you can define the threshold for winning variation, losing variation, and visitors required to calculate winner/loser variation. This is applicable for Multivariate testing and Personalization campaigns. To know more, refer to How Does VWO Calculate the Chance to Beat.
Once you enable the notifications in the campaign settings page, you will receive a push notification whenever your campaign declares a winner. To learn about configuring notifications in VWO, refer to Scheduled Notifications In VWO Engage.
NOTE: It is recommended that you do not opt-in for push notifications on
shared/public devices to avoid exposing your campaign data.
Integrate with third-party tools
VWO provides one-click integration with various third-party products. For example, to identify sessions where a visitor was part of a VWO test in your analytics tool, VWO can simply tag that user with details of the test. To know about the third-party integrations supported by VWO, refer to CMS Integrations.
Define the locale-specific settings
Using this section of Campaign settings, you can configure the currency and timezone settings for your VWO account. To learn about configuring the locale-specific settings, refer to How to Change the Currency and Timezone in VWO?.
Exclude visitors from being tracked by specifying their IP addresses
Excluding IP addresses enables you to avoid tracking certain IP ranges on the webpages where the VWO code is running. To learn about excusing the IP addresses, refer to How to Exclude IP Addresses from VWO Tracking?.