It would be extremely helpful if I could type a couple words to search for in past campaigns. Then I could easily locate the different emails we have used to market past events we are repeating. Thanks!
PLEASE ADD A SEARCH FUNCTION. This is such an abvious feature to include when you have a history of communication and want to keep customers for the longhaul!
With 45 pages of campaigns, pagination is not very helpful. The search box, like the one on the Reporting page, would be brilliant. It still takes a lot of time and stabing in the dark to find a campaign by page number, especially since there is no way to sort them by sent date. We have over 100 clients, so using folders is not much faster. I still don't understand if you already have the technology (located on the Report page) why not just implement it on the campaigns page. Also, you still have not fixed the issue that there is no way to sort on SENT date & time; I have no idea what date is used to sort old to new, new to old, and last modified. If I'm looking for a specific previously sent email, I will know the date it was sent, not the date is last save or modified or who knows what date. PLEASE add the search box... :smileysad:
E-mails need to be searchable.
Could you please add a search function for emails? I can search for contacts, but I can't search for emails I have previously sent that I may want to edit and re-send. It is a PAIN to have to scroll through the list of campaigns, especially if I'm not certain what I named the email. Search capability for emails would be incredibly helpful!
The first email in this string is from 2015. Two years later, we're still requesting a search bar. Is it a lost cause to wait longer?
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