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About campaign drafts and experiments statuses

Your drafts and experiments statuses tell you if your drafts and experiments have been applied yet, or whether there are any issues applying your draft or experiment.

This article explains what each drafts and experiments status means.

Understand your campaign drafts' status

To see your drafts table, click All drafts from the menu on the left. Each draft in your drafts table should have a corresponding status attached to it, which can be found in the “Status” column.

Here's what each status means:

  • Pending: Your draft has been created.
  • Applying: Your draft is being applied to the original campaign.
  • Applied: Your draft has been applied to the original campaign.
  • Unapplied changes: Your draft can’t be applied to the original campaign. Click this status to see why and to try applying your draft changes again.
  • Removed: Your draft has been removed and can no longer be applied to a campaign or used to create an experiment.

Understand your campaign experiments' status

To see your experiments table, click All experiments from the menu on the left. Each experiment in the “All experiments” table should have a corresponding status attached to it, which can be found in the “Status” column.

Here's what each status means:

  • Creating: Your experiment is being created.
  • Active: Your experiment is running. Learn how to monitor its performance.
  • Scheduled: Your experiment is scheduled to start running at a later date.
  • Finished: Your experiment has ended.
  • Applying: Your experiment is being applied to its original campaign.
  • Applied: Your experiment has been applied to its original campaign.
  • Unable to apply: Your experiment can’t be applied to the original campaign. Click this status to see why and to try applying your experiment again.
  • Unable to create: Your experiment can’t be created.
  • Removed: Your experiment has ended or been removed and can no longer be applied to a campaign.
  • New Campaign: Your experiment was converted to a new campaign.
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