Can You Display Different Variations of the Same Portal Page to Different Users?

Yes, Logic Cards enable you to display different variations of the same portal page to different users. Logic cards can be applied directly to content blocks in the Portals Designer.

For example, let’s say you want to display different credit cards on your homepage to different users based on their interests. So for example, you can show leads interested in ‘Platinum Chip Credit Cards’ a content block like this –

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And leads interested in a ‘Silver Chip Credit Card’ will see a content block variation like this –

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Modify Blocks

You can modify a content block by creating Logic Cards in two ways.

  1. Based on lead fields.
  2. Based on query parameters. For example, “

For example, for a college application portal, different variations can be designed for users based in New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, etc. A user based in New Delhi will view a page that’s specific to only his city, and so on.

To modify Content blocks using Logic Cards –

  1. Click the outer border on a Content block.
    • To add a Content block, click the Google icon, and from the Add Block pop-up, select Content.
  2. On the right-panel, click Advanced, and then click Convert to Logic Card.
  3. Under Manage Logic Cards, click Manage.
  4. Against Logic 1, click the Logic Clone icon to clone the logic to add logic rules. You must repeat this process when you want to add a new logic.
  5. Then, close the Manage Logic Cards view, and from the Logic dropdown, select the logic you want to configure, and then click Display Rules. The display rules determine the critera based on which a specfic variation of the content block will be displayed.
    • You can perform the following actions a logic by clicking the LeadSquared Portals icon against it –
      • Rename
      • Set as default
      • Delete
  6. In the Logic Card Display Rules pop-up, set the rules based on which you want to display the Content block.
    • If you choose Entity Fields, then from the Select dropdown, choose the relevant lead field, and set the rule.
    • If you choose Query Parms, then enter the query parameter, and set the rule.
    • To add rules, click Add Form Tab.
    • To remove a rule, click Delete.
  7. Once you’re done adding rules, click Save.
  8. Repeat this process across the various Content blocks that you want to display, by adding multiple, similar rules.

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Note: You must set one logic as default. This is to ensure that there’s a failsafe in place, if all other logics that are set fail. Logic 1 is already set to default.

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