As referenced, please find all of the necessary links below. They are listed in order as mentioned in the Welcome video. Marketo Support Portal: https://nation.marketo.com/t5/Product-Blogs/How-to-Use-the-Support-Portal/ba-p/297884 Adobe Help Center: https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html Adobe Community: https://community.adobe.com/ Marketo Engage Support: https://nation.marketo.com/t5/Support/ct-p/Support Marketo Community (you're in it!): https://nation.marketo.com/ Magento Help Center: https://support.magento.com/ Adobe Status Page: https://status.adobe.com/
Adobe Digital Learning: https://learning.adobe.com/ Adobe How-Tos: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/#quick-how-tos Adobe Developer Docs: https://www.adobe.io/ Marketo University: https://nation.marketo.com/t5/Marketo-University/ct-p/marketo-university Marketo Product Docs: https://docs.marketo.com/ Marketo Developer Docs: https://developers.marketo.com/
Issue You may notice this permission error "You do not have sufficient privileges to perform this action" when previewing an email even though the user role has permission to access the emails.
Solution This can happen when the user role didn't have any access to the lead database as shown in the picture.
The user role needs the top-level access to the Lead Database(1 of 15). This is because the email previewer allows one to view the asset as if you were a specific lead, but if you can't see the leads, then the error will trigger.
To fix this issue, you would need to provide the user role with top-level access to the lead database.
Issue A landing page is taking a significant time to load.
Solution The load time of a landing page is generally due to resources that have a large file size or due to third-party scripts. This can be identified by using tools like https://tools.pingdom.com/ that breaks down the loading time of individual resources and scripts within a landing page.
Another way to inspect the loading time of resources and scripts within a landing page is using the network feature of the developer tools in Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari or any other web browser:
Issue You click on a link in a sample email to test form pre-fill, but when you do, the form is not pre-filled.
Solution When sending sample emails, the send sample feature does not generate links which are captured by the web browser, so the form pre-fill information is not passed. The test needs to be performed by sending an email using one the features below:
Single Flow Action "Send Email" in a Smart List A Smart Campaign An Email Program
Once a live email has been sent and not a sample email, the tracked link which contains the mkt_tok passes the lead info and the form will now pre-fill with that lead's information until the cookies are cleared, a new browser is used or an incognito browser is used.
Issue Are Marketo forms responsive? Will they auto adjust their layout to the size of the screen depending on if they are mobile or desktop?
Solution The form layout can work responsively on mobile and desktop depending on how you have it setup. If your form in whole is never wider than your intended screen size (like a mobile at 480pixels), then the form will not differ on mobile devices from its desktop view.
If your form is too wide, you can alter the layout using custom CSS on the form code to make the form fit within the mobile browser screen size bounds.
How to edit CSS of a Form is covered here: