Is there a way to tell which user created a specific campaign?
It would be useful on the multi user feature to have a record of the user in the accout that has logged into and made changes to a invitation or a mailing schedule.This was a great feature that I refferred to in Regonline.
Is there a plan in the future so if another user logs on and uploads a contact list, that I can see who uploaded the list? Right now, it just says site owner, no matter who uploads the list.
Our constant contact account has multiple users with one sign on. But we don't always know who is on and who isn't which causes some issues when changes are saved. What if your company developed a way for someone who is signing on to see if someone is using the draft? If the draft is open, a message could be displayed on the email list showing if it is open, even if two people are using the same sign on. - NH
I work at a small not-for-profit, and everyone wants to be invloved in the emails that are sent out via Constant Contact each week. We all use the same account so that we can add to various campaigns as needed. The problem is that CC will allow more than one person to open and edit an email at the same time, which causes a whole host of issues.
Is there any way to prevent more than one person from opening or editing the same email? ...Or is there a way to alert others that an email is open and currently being edited by someone else? How do others get around this?
Any feedback is welcomed.
Hey suport team of Constant Contact, is this Feature Active or not??
IS there a plan in the near future to add this??
Will be very useful to have a list of actions made by each user in our accounts
Who created what, who schelude when?
It would be extremely helpful if you could see which account user was performing actions. Who created a campaign, who added a contact, who edited a contact, etc.
For accounts with multiple users logging in, we need to be able to see who is making which changes. Almost for quality control.
Example - A contact is added to 'All Office' list, however they should not be on that list. Management needs to be able to track the user down, that added this contact, to see why the contact was added to the wrong list.
It's great we now have the ability to add different user roles; however this 'activity tracking' or 'multi-user setup' has been requested since 2013 on various threads.
I agree with KLNB above and came here just to search for this. We have 10 users (including myself) and all it says when a user is added is that
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