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You should always test your campaigns before you publish them to ensure they display the way you intended. Once you are confident that your campaign looks the way you want it to and will display to the right audience, you need to publish your campaign to make it live for your intended audience.
Test a Campaign Experience
Although you can see your campaign render as you make campaign changes, you can also test each campaign experience to see how it will appear outside of the Evergage Launcher extension. Testing the campaign experience will force the experience to render for your user, regardless of whether you meet the qualification rules at the experience or campaign level. Experience testing is intended to allow you to review the campaign's look and feel on the page.
Test a Campaign in Campaign Testing Mode
If you want to test the entire campaign to ensure that the qualification and targeting rules work as expected, you can use campaign testing mode to review your work. Campaign testing mode adheres to all campaign- and experience-level rules (including A/B testing setup), essentially functioning as is the campaign was published and being rendered for your user. This means that there is a chance your user account may not be eligible to see the campaign so you won't see anything displayed on the screen. This does not mean that the campaign is not working, since it may be simply that you didn't qualify to see it either due to campaign or experience rules, or being added to the campaign or experience control group.
Publish a Campaign
Once you have thoroughly tested your campaign, you need to publish it to make it visible to qualified site visitors. The process for publishing a campaign can be done on the campaign list page or while editing the campaign.