There are several ways you can change what your users will see when they fail your phishing tests. We recommend Option 1, which is to set a default landing page to be used across all phishing campaigns. To learn more about each option, please click below:
- Option 1: Change Your Default Landing Page *Recommended*
- Option 2: Choose a Campaign-Specific Landing Page
- Option 3: Choose a Landing Page in the Email Template Editor
If you're looking for advice as to what landing page to choose, check out this article instead.
Option 1: Change Your Default Landing Page
As a system default, almost all of our built-in phishing templates will have the default landing page assigned to them. If you want a majority of templates to go to a specific landing page other than our system default, you can visit your Account Settings and select a landing page from the Default Landing Page drop-down.
Option 2: Choose a Campaign-Specific Landing Page
When setting up a phishing campaign, you have the option to select a landing page for that campaign. If you do this, all templates and all users associated with that phishing campaign will go to the selected landing page if they fail your phishing test. Selecting a page here will override any template-specific landing pages, as well as your default landing page.
If you are doing automated ongoing phishing tests, you can edit the landing page for that particular phishing campaign at any time.
Option 3: Choose a Landing Page in the Email Template Editor
Beneath the Phishing tab of your management console, you can click on the Email Templates tab to manage or edit any templates in your console.
Click on the title of any template and you will have the option of changing various template-specific information, including what landing page that template should take a user to if they click on a phishing link as part of that test. Choosing a landing page here will override your default landing page.