It's now 2016. Search is the key to everything. Please, for the love of God, create a search feature for Constant Contact.
I would really love to see a search tool added whare I can search email titles. I like to copy, update the information and resend. It is sometimes difficult to scroll through all of my emails to find the one I want. Thank you for your consideration.
The original post was from 2013. How do we not have this feature by now?
Hey Constant Contact team!
We use constant contact everyday to communicate and connect with the members of our church. I wish there was the capability to search emails or events that we have published in the past.
Since many adminsistrators here use Constant Contact, it can be difficult to keep all emails and events labeled or in folders. Even within a folder, we would need to scroll to find what email we were looking for. It'd be super helpful to be able to search for those things instead.
That's all! Keep up the good work -
Village Church of Barrington
I post a lot and sometimes need to go back and see something from a year or so ago. It would be great to type in a word or phrase and find it, instead of going back page by page.
I have been tasked with looking into some old emails and reporting on the open rates- with over 5oo emails sent It is nearly impossible to find and old email without a search funtionality - PLEASE PLEASE please implement this ASAP - Frankly I can not believe this is not a current function. Unless I'm missing it somewhere.
Hello. It is very difficult to find old campaigns using the sort. You should seriously consider a search function! Best, Alecia Sudmeyer
I stumbled upon a way to view old emails in a simple list with pagination, like the old design had. Works with Firefox and Chrome... I imagine all browsers would work.
You already have this design and functionality. Why you don't offer it makes no sense at all.
Here's what I have to do:
1. Log in to Constant Contact
2. Go to Campaigns or View All Campaigns
3. Begin the process of Copying an email by clicking Copy
4. It asks to name the copy, just click Next
5. Don't save anything, just click the Exit button in upper left area (ignore the warning to save your work)
6. This takes you back to Home. Now click the Back button on your browser
7. Says Document Expired. So just refresh to resubmit form
8. Now you get a clean list of all emails, with pagination at the bottom.
Why do you make this so hard, Constant Contact? You have this functionality already built, but you hide it on purpose? Make us click "View more Campaigns" a hundred times to see emails from a year ago? Makes no sense at all, doesn't seem like your new design was created by someone who actually manages and sends emails.
Was looking for somewthing else and saw this post.
I asked exactly the same question earlier today.
I'd like a simple search function so I do not have to keep clicking the show more button so I can use the search function to find them.
Constant Contact person who monitors these community posts - please see if the programers can add a simple search feature OR .... give us a show all button so I do not have to keep clicking to extend the listing shown.
Hello @DavidK5023 @RickO62
Thank you for the feedback. I have moved your posts to our feedback area, so that your comments can be counted as "Votes" for this idea. By moving your post this has greater visibility to our product teams on what features our customers are asking for.
I agree with VickiS1 completely! It's crazy that CC doesn't have a SEARCH! Please add ASAP!
I agree there needs to be a search function. I don't understand why you all changed a good thing.
I agree with all of the above. I have called and written about this numerous times. Constant Contact...Hellooooo? Are you listening????
I just wrote in about this very topic - and I agree!
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