I've been asking for a search feature for years. It would be extremely useful, as well as efficient, to be able to search past emails for a text string. With so many users asking for this feature, it should be a priority development item.
Hello all! I posted this over a year ago and have been updated every time one of you added your frustration to the list. It is clear that by now that Constant Contact isnt going to do anything about it. I just signed up for Mail Chimp- AND ITS FREE!
You all might know this already, however I just stumbled across it. If you go to the reporting tab, underneath the graph image, above the list of campaigns, there is a search bar to search for campaign emails. (Why, they can't duplicate this and put it on the campaigns page, I don't know).
Once you find the campaign you are looking for, can click on the title, and then at the top of the page, is the option to copy the email.
Hope this helps .. at least until CC puts a search bar on the campaigns page.
This is such a no-brainer feature to add, it has been years of customers "constantly contacting" them about it and NOTHING. By far the most frustrating thing about their product and I am getting quite sick of searching through hundreds of old campaigns to reference past events. Time to start looking into other email marketing platforms!
Thanks so much VickiK19!! It definitely helps! Still doesn't allow for a search for words and terms WITHIN the actual emails, but this is definitely helpful! Thank you!!
It astounds me that Constant Contact has not added a search function for campaigns. I don't know of any other provider that does not offer this function. It's a major bummer.
Really worthless without the search option. Amazing how anyone could leave that out!
How has this not been implemented yet? It's literally been years since it was suggested. It's one of the most fundamental features of email campaign software. I mean, it's baffling that it wasn't thought of by the developers, but to have it suggested and upvoted for years with no action? Wow...
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