Adjust your SMS Settings before you continue. There you will find Details and Unsubscribe Settings.

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SMS Settings

Click on Settings in the Bottom bar to review your SMS settings.



Here's where you can manage some of the details of your SMS


You may edit the sender name under Sender name.


If you added a link to your SMS, recipients may interact with them, and their interactions will be tracked and stored in APSIS One Profiles. If you untick the Track links box, Profiles who click the link in their mobile phone and other corresponding information will not be a part of the SMS Report.


Unsubscribe Settings

For all kinds of communications, your subscribers will have the option to opt-out or unsubscribe.

This will happen when they click your unsubscribe link in your SMS. This link will lead them to a landing page where they can confirm their wish to unsubscribe; depending on your options, you will either display a confirmation message or lead them to a page of your choice.


Make sure that your ##Unsubscribe## Data Tag is added into the message.


To read more about adding an unsubscribe link and adjusting the unsubscribe settings, head over to our dedicated Unsubscribe Settings article here.

Design Settings

To change the logo that will show next to the unsubscribe settings, click Change logo to select an image from your own files.

Enter you text under Logo text to identify which image you've selected.

To change the background colour of your unsubscribe page, click on the colour picker button to choose a colour.


1. Click Preview on the Bottom bar.


2. You can now see how the SMS will be shown to your recipients!

Valid data tags will show with instead of ##, and you will see a sample unsubscribe link.

If your data tag is still between ##, go back to the SMS Editor and reinsert the tag by using the drop-down menu.

Click Back on the Bottom bar to head back to the SMS Editor.


Test SMS

1. Click Test in the Bottom bar to test your SMS.


2. Enter the mobile numbers you want to test the SMS on.

The data tags will not show up as intended in the test message, but they will once they reach the real recipients.


3. Done? Click Send.


Did you test your unsubscribe link?

It's important to always include an unsubscribe link in your SMS messages. When testing an SMS, you can test the unsubscribe link to make sure that it takes you to the unsubscribe landing page and that your settings are correct.

Feel free to click the unsubscribe link in the SMS, and then the button in the landing page. And don't worry, since it's only a test SMS, no actions will be recorded and nobody will be unsubscribed based on the link in the test SMS.



If your SMS looks good, go ahead and click Next step in the Bottom bar to proceed.


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