Distribution Methods


Dandi offers two different methods for distributing your self-ID campaign: email and link. 

We recommend using the email distribution method when possible, as it’s the most streamlined.

In both distribution types, you’ll also need to set the campaign's end date. No submissions to the campaign will be accepted after this date.

For either option, the campaign is always access-controlled via a password. Note that if you’ve chosen the anonymous privacy option, then the link distribution method is the only option available. Read more about the available privacy options.

Distribution types


Dandi will generate and deliver emails to your chosen audience. Each email will contain a link and a unique password that the user will use to access the campaign.

You will need to configure the following when distributing via email: 

  • Cadence
    • You can set emails to deliver on a one-time or recurring basis. Recurring emails work well when paired with dynamic audiences. For instance, you can set an email to deliver to new hires every 30 days.
  • Audience
    • Here is where you select the campaign's distribution audience. For instance, if the campaign is aimed at a particular region, choose an audience tailored to that region. If it's focused on new employees from the last 30 days, opt for or create a dynamic audience specifically designated as "New employees from the last 30 days." Please note that in this example, it's important for the cadence to match between the campaign and the audience.


Dandi will generate a single URL and a single password for your campaign, which you can then distribute to your audience using your preferred method. When choosing to distribute via link, there are no options for cadence or audience, since this will need to be handled manually on your end.

Since this is a generic link that is not unique per individual (as is the case with the email distribution method), the user will need to enter their employee ID upon accessing the campaign. 


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