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You can do nested email programs. So one default program that encapsulates 3 email programs, and they each can be different in terms of A/B testing. Right click, new local asset, email program.
A/B testing is actually applied at the email level, so you don't actually need to create an email program for each email. In fact, if all you are testing are subject lines, you only need one email asset. From the email program's Control Panel, click the "Add A/B Test". Then you can select to test "Subject Lines" and add 3 subject lines. So you only need one email program with one email asset to test subject lines. If you choose to test "Whole Emails" then you need to create another email asset, but they can still be local to one email program.
This assumes we use the Email Send program. Other methods include
- Random Sample (Whole Email)
- Champion Challenge (Triggers and engagements)
- Separate Lists and Sends.
Good point. In those testing methods outside of an email program, she would need to create another email asset entirely, but it can still live under the same program.