Ditto here. I used to be able to find old emails--and I have hundreds of them--by easily selecting and then accessing an old page. Sometimes I was off by a page or two, but it was a simple matter to change the page number to find the one I wanted. Now, there is no way to find what I want without, as TriDeltaEO says, clicking "view more campaigns" again and again and again. Can you give this matter some serious attention? Sometimes "cleaner" is not always "better." Thank you.
I'm too facing the same issue, need to be resolved this problem soon. Search for the campaign must be set somwhere above the list of emails as in the previous version :smileysad:
YESSS!!!! OMG... and when you click one to check if it's the one (and it ends up NOT being it) You're back to page 1!!!!
Exactly my problem too... PUT BACK THE PAGE SEARCH already!!! Or better yet.. how about a search tool with varied choices!
I just wrote the same comment! We need this to get more votes!
In addition to the search feature, it would also be nice if the campaign list was "paged" rather than an infinite list so that once we know, for example, that an email is on page 5, we can keep jumping to page 5 rather than continuing to hit the "more campaigns" button.
I agree. Please, please, please add a search feature to find emails.
I appreciate when you make updates. As an active long time user - I often revert back to past campaigns. Previously there was a search option via page. This was helpful rather than the a-z and the z-a or having to continue to load page after page. I was able to take an estimated guess back on how many pages a campaign would be and easily click the page number.
If you are able to bring this back - I would be a happier customer.
I agree. It would be so much easier to search through old emails if there was a "search" button - I have been thinking that for the past year. At least with the old design, it was easier to find/scroll through sent mail.
There really needs to be a campaign search function. We send out a lot of blasts, and some are seasonal from year to year. We need to be able to back and find previous versions to update (or at least get information from). Scrolling through pages and pages hoping to stumble upon what we are looking for is ridiculous.
I wrote the same comment!! I don't have time to go through EVERY email when searching for one a year or two back!
Is there a way to sort or search? I find myself scrolling forever down the list. The old way by page was a little easier
I'm confused. Were you EVER able to search for campaigns?
Please consider adding a Search function to the Campaign list so the user doesn't have to search through a long list to find something. Thanks!
Echoing the many sentiments for a campaign search function. If we can search for contact lists, why can't we search for campaigns? This would make Constant Contact a lot more user friendly. Please listen to your users and add this function.
It would be nice to have an option to search for a particular campaign by name. The new feature of being able to input a page number instead of scrolling makes it quicker, but searching still isn't always quick when I am looking for something that was sent a long time ago. Just a suggestion.
Searching would also make it easier to put things into folders if you name similar emails with similar names.
I am happy to see the new page controls for the campaigns page but would like to see this feature expanded to the autoresponder email creation/copying process. Currently, when trying to copy an email to add to an autoresponder series, the only options are to change the sortation style or to continue scrolling ad infinitum until you find your desired result.
1. Add a search function
2. Add the folder system into this view
3. Add the new page controls into this view
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