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Exploring the Aloware Talk Broadcast Feature
Exploring the Aloware Talk Broadcast Feature
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Written by Laarni D
Updated over a week ago

Aloware Talk, a communication platform with many useful tools, includes a feature called Broadcast. This feature enables you to send messages to a large audience simultaneously. In this article, we will guide you through using the Broadcast feature in Aloware Talk and describe what you will find on its page.

Logging into Your Aloware Talk Account

Before you can begin using the Broadcast feature in Aloware Talk, you'll need to log in to your Aloware Talk account. Once you're logged in, follow these steps to access the Broadcast menu:

  1. Navigate to Broadcast Menu - On the Aloware Talk dashboard, look for the 'Broadcast' menu option and click on it.

Exploring the Broadcasts Page

After clicking on the Broadcast menu, you'll be directed to the Broadcasts page. Here's an overview of what you can expect to see on this page:

  1. Search Name Field - This field allows you to search for specific broadcasts by name, making it easier to locate and manage your communication campaigns.

  2. Communications Date in 7 days - This displays the communication activities in the last 7 days.

  3. Broadcast Status - The Broadcast Status section offers various filtering options, including 'New,' 'Enrolling,' 'Sent,' 'Paused,' 'Stopped,' and 'All.' By default, the Broadcasts page displays all activities, but you can use these filters to narrow down your view based on the status of your broadcasts.

  4. Chart Graph - This graphical representation provides a visual overview of your broadcast activities, helping you quickly grasp the data trends.

  5. Chart Type - You can customize the chart's appearance using the 'Line,' 'Area,' or 'Bar' chart types, depending on your preferences and the type of data you want to visualize.

  6. Broadcast Table - The Broadcast Table is a comprehensive section that displays detailed information about your communication campaigns. Here are the columns you'll find:

    1. ID - A unique identifier for each broadcast, helping you keep track of multiple campaigns.

    2. Name - The name of the broadcast, providing a quick reference for your campaigns.

    3. Status - This column displays the current status of the broadcast, such as 'New,' 'Enrolling,' 'Sent,' 'Paused,' or 'Stopped.'

    4. Scheduled Time - The date and time when the broadcast is scheduled to be sent.

    5. Pending Tasks - The number of tasks that are pending for the broadcast.

    6. Failed Tasks - The count of tasks that have failed during the broadcast.

    7. Total Tasks - The total number of tasks associated with the broadcast.

    8. Engagement - This column provides insights into the engagement level of the broadcast.

    9. Unsubscribed - The number of recipients who have opted out or unsubscribed from the broadcast.

    10. Target Group - Details about the audience or group the broadcast is targeted towards.

    11. Line Used - The communication line used for the broadcast.

    12. Throttling - Information regarding throttling or rate limiting for the broadcast.

    13. Date Created - The date when the broadcast was initially created.

    14. Three-dot Menu - This menu provides additional options, including the ability to view specific activity details and delete the broadcast.

Aloware Talk's Broadcast feature provides a user-friendly interface with filtering options, graphical representations, and a detailed broadcast table. It offers the tools you need to optimize your communication efforts and achieve your goals, whether you're messaging a small group or a large audience.

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