This is the title you will use for finding your Spark Page among the rest of your published and unpublished pages. It is well advised to use a unique name, but not required. This is also the default value used in the subject line of your emails when you publish and send the page to a recipient. And yes, you can change the subject title at any time in the future and that change will not affect the name you use for your page.
This is an itemization of all the people (email addresses) this page will be sent to in the future. Once published, a date timestamp is appended to each recipient so you can see when you sent the page to those individuals.
Spark will attempt to find the official corporate logo for the organization you intend to send your page to. As you type in the name of the company, Spark will immediately begin proposing suggestions.
If you wish to password protect your page, click the "Password Protect Your Page" button and enter the password. Remember, you will need to communicate this password to all your recipients for them to review the page. Yeah, I guess that's speaking to the obvious, but we just wanted to make sure you know what to do :)
Link a Salesforce Opportunity or Account
Spark takes all the busy work of manually entering high impact activities, such as your prospect opening your emails, reviewing documents and more away and automagically enters this information for you. Your manager will love the rich details being added to each of your Opportunities. To do so, click the "Link to..." field. If you haven't already bound Salesforce, you will be prompted now to do so. Once Salesforce is connected to Spark, you will be able to connect each Spark Page to an appropriate Opportunity or Account.
Contact Card, Chat, Notifications, Social Sharing
All of these toggles give you the ability to turn off/on each of these features on a page-by-page basis.
Pro tip videos:
Video: How to enable chat
Video: Turning notifications on/off