How Can I Change Which Landing Page My Users Will See?
There are three options for setting which landing page your users will see when they fail your phishing tests. We recommend changing your default landing page for use across all phishing campaigns.
If you're looking for advice on which landing page to choose, check out this article.
To learn more about each option, please click below:
- Option 1: Change Your Default Landing Page
- Option 2: Choose a Campaign-Specific Landing Page
- Option 3: Set a Template-Specific Landing Page
Option 1: Change Your Default Landing Page
In the majority of our built-in phishing templates, clicking the simulated phishing link will lead to our system's default landing page (click to view).
You can choose a different default landing page by going to the Phishing Settings section of your Account Settings and selecting your preferred landing page from the Default Landing Page drop-down.
Your default landing page will be used for all Phishing Campaigns unless the phishing template already has a different landing page selected or you manually select a different landing page for that campaign.
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.
Selecting a landing page here will override any template-specific landing pages as well as your default landing page.
If you have created an automatic, ongoing phishing campaign, you can edit the landing page for that campaign at any time.
Option 3: Set a Template-Specific Landing Page
To manage, create, or edit a phishing template, click on the Phishing tab in your management console and then click on the Email Templates tab.
Find the template you wish to edit and click on its name. Here you can change various template-specific options as well as set a landing page. Scroll to the bottom of the page to find the landing page options. Set this to the landing page of your choice. Selecting a landing page here will override your default landing page.
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