To send a demo through Snap you’ll need to login to Snap using the same credentials you use in the main Consensus Platform. If you can’t remember your password you can reset it here.
When you log in to Snap you’ll see two different tabs, one for Create New and another for Use Existing. For this walkthrough, we’ll be going over sending existing demos (demos you already have uploaded in your Consensus Platform). If you’d like to know how to record your own personal video using Snap please see the following article: Recording a Personal Video with Snap
Click on the "Existing" tab and you’ll be able to search for the demo you’d like to send. Click on the demo you want to send and then click Continue in the bottom right-hand corner:
Next, you’ll type in the name of the organization you’re sending this demo to. Please note that the name of the organization will show up for the recipients so you’ll want to make sure you put down the correct organization name and NOT your own company name:
When the recipient clicks on the link you send them they’ll see the following page:
Next, you’ll fill out the Name, Email and Title (optional) of those prospects you’re sending the demo to. Once this is filled out you’re ready to create the personalized link!
Click on Create Link and you’ll see three different options you can choose from. All three options will take the recipient to the same place, it’s all a matter of how you want to display the call to action within your message:
Once you’ve customized the demo CTA you’re ready to copy and paste it within your email! We recommend using the Image Link, but try them all and see which one gives you the best response!
If your company uses Gmail then you’ll notice that Snap will automatically show up in your Gmail account when you compose an email.
The only difference when sending demos using the Gmail Snap extension is you’ll need to add the recipients to the “To” section of your email before you open Snap in your email, everything else will work as previously explained: