Taxi for Email exports to folders in Eloqua. You can either create a new email or update an existing email within your folders. You can choose a default folder for exporting emails in the connector settings. This can make it a lot quicker to select the correct folder when exporting out of Taxi. You’re also able to update an existing email through the connector. If a mailing has been exported to Eloqua but a last-minute change is needed, you can make the change in Taxi and quickly override the email that has previously been exported.
To export a version to Eloqua you will need to select the Project, Mailing and finally the Version you would like to export. You can export from the Mailing level, Version level or from the visual editor. To export:
- In Taxi, head to your Home screen
Select the Project that contains the version you want to export
- Select the Mailing
If you are Admin you can select the Kebab menu and select 'Export' on the mailing level
- After selecting the Mailing you will see the Versions page
Select the 'Export Mailing' option on the right-hand side of the screen under the Exports section. Alternatively, select the version you want to export to open it in the visual editor.
- In the visual editor, select 'Export Mailing'
5. On the Export page, scroll to ESP connectors
Select your Eloqua connector.
6. Select 'Create a new email' or 'Update an existing email'
Fill in the details.
7. Under the Segmentation section
Select the version you want to export.
8. Under Tracking
On the export page, there is an option to append tracking. In Eloqua, you're able to apply tracking parameters to your links. This option enables you to choose whether you want to include these or not on your links when you export out of Taxi. If you select this option your links will have the Eloqua tracking applied when the email lands in Eloqua. This option is not related to any link tracking you have set up in Taxi
9. Click 'Start Export'
You will see a green banner when your export is complete and you can open your exported email in Eloqua from Taxi.