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How to Send Text Messages & Voice Broadcasts From ActiveCampaign Automations

In this article, you'll learn how to send text messages and voice broadcasts from your ActiveCampaign automation campaigns.

First, you'll need to integrate your ActiveCampaign account with Call Loop.

How to Integrate with ActiveCampaign

 

Setting Up Call Loop

Step 1: Create a Group

The first step is to create a group in Call Loop. You won't need to select Integration for using text-to-join. Just give your group a title and press Create Group.

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Step 2: Create a Trigger (Messages > Triggers)

After creating the group, click on "Messages > Triggers" and create a Trigger message.

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Click Continue which will bring you to the next step where you will create your message.

 

Step 3: Click "Code" & Copy the URL

On the Triggers page, click on the "code" button to popup the URL of the trigger.

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Integrating with ActiveCampaign

Step 1: From Automations, Drag Over a Webhook into Your Campaign

From your Automation campaign, drag over the Webhook widget over in your campaign.

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Step 2: Paste In Your Call Loop URL

Paste in your Call Loop URL and click Save.

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Step 3: That's It!

Now when someone is added to your campaign, they will be added to your Call Loop group AND receive your sms or voice broadcast.

 

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