What do you see in SFMC Dashboard? The Homepage!

Marketing Cloud dashboard is generally the first page you see when you login in Marketing Cloud. Although, this can be changed via Default Login Preference page.

You can see here about how to access and update Default Login Preference.

This page provides you a quick overview of recent user activities and current and planned marketing content with the following content:

  • Toolbar
  • App Switcher
  • Journey Templates
  • Calendar
  • Recent Activities
  • Salesforce Help

Toolbar is at top of the page that contains a horizontal menu with Calendar, Campaigns and Playbooks.
Calendar takes you to the Marketing Cloud calendar where you can see published and planned emails and other communications.
Campaigns takes you to the list of campaigns in your account. Each campaign has details for the published and planned activities.
Playbooks is a pre-configured email sequences setup where a non-technical, that is someone like a Marketer, Sales person can add and implement basic Journeys. Basic Journey will include Welcome series, Birthday series etc.

App Switcher

App Switcher is the main navigation bar where you can see all the Studios and Builders Horizontally with their icons. You can chose between two options: My Apps and All Apps. This is done using the radio button at the right-most of the section.

All Apps include:
– Email Studio
– Mobile Studio
– Advertising Stuido
– Web Studio
– Social Studio
– Interaction Studio
– Data Studio
– Analytics Studio
– Journey Builder
– Audience Builder
– Content Builder
– Personalisation Builder

Journey Templates section shows a list of 6-7 Journeys (by default) and you can add more by creating more Journey Templates to that.

Calendar row shows you a preview of what happened and what is planned for the current week. There is an expand icon at the top-right of the section that takes you to the detailed Calendar page.

Recent activities are listed for reference in the last section where you can see if any recent activities in Marketing Cloud.
– Sent Emails
– Edited Content Builder Emails
– Run Automations
– Edited Journeys

Salesforce also provides a couple of sections for help and reference where you can connect to other developers through communities, read Marketing Cloud blogs and create support tickets.