JungleMail Site Management
In JungleMail, you can separate content like Templates, Newsletters, Analytics, Settings, etc., between JungleMail Sites. To separate this content, you need to create a new JungleMail Site or add JungleMail app to a separate site collection in SharePoint.
Creating a JungleMail Site
Creating a Site connected to a SharePoint site
A communication team connected to a SharePoint site is required if you want to retreive recipients from a list in SharePoint, or if you would like to use Dynamic content.
To create a Communication Team connected to SharePoint, you need to add the JungleMail for Office 365 app. You can do it from AppSource or install JungleMail for Office 365 manually if you wish to host your data in a different region.
Creating a Site not connected to a SharePoint site
This option is recommended if you do not plan to retrieve content from SharePoint right away. In this case, you can choose to add the SharePoint app later.
Navigate to JungleMail Settings > All Sites.
Select the + New JungleMail Site button.
in the Pop-up window, provide the Title for the Communication Team Site, set it to Licensed and choose if you want to allow users to automatically join the site when they sign in to JungleMail and if Communication Team Site admins can invite new users to this site, then hit Create.
Title - Name of the Site seen in the JungleMail UI.
Type - Web App type should be checked when creating new Site not connected to a SharePoint site.
Hidden - Setting to control if the Communication Team Site is displayed in the JungleMail UI for users. A Communication Team Site connected to SharePoint that is used to retreive content should be hidden from the UI.
Lock settings - If enabled, Global settings will be applied to the current Site.
Allow auto-join - If enabled, users that sign-in to JungleMail will be automatically assigned a license and granted access to this Site.
Allow site admins to invite new users - If enabled, Site administrators can invite users to this Site.
You can create a special Site that connects all JungleMail Sites and displays Analytics, completed and scheduled Newsletters all in one place. Check our this article for more information.
Switching between Sites
Users that have access to multiple JungleMail Sites can easily switch between them using the dropdown in the top navigation menu.
To allow for the most control, we recommend enabling permission inheritance from Global Settings by enabling the Lock settings option when creating JungleMail Sites.
We also recommend creating a Site that is not connected to a SharePoint site. This option does not require adding the JungleMail 365 app to your SharePoint site. If the need to retrieve content comes up, you can always activate the SharePoint Connection in JungleMail Settings > Connections.
This requires adding the JungleMail 365 app to your SharePoint site, which in turn will create a new Site in the UI. You can hide it from the UI in JungleMail Global Management Settings > All Sites by editing the new Site and setting the Hidden property to Yes.