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!
Project Manager: Our new interface will be clean and sleek. Discuss.
Design Team: These page numbers are so old school, and I'll bet they're hard for mobile users to click on. Let's do something else here, like a View More.
Engineering: Huh... Yeah, we could do that.
Functional Consultants: ...
Design Team: Hey, where'd the functional guys go?
Project Manager: Too many delays tinkering through their test scripts. We got rid of them four years ago.
Design Team and Engineering: Ah, yes, we can almost remember that party! But it sure would help to have their input on this View More thing.
Project Manager: Well, how problematic for real users could such a little design change be? Instead of all those ugly page numbers, they just have one thing to click. Might have to do a couple of clicks, but surely that's all there is to it.
Engineering: Yeah, give us the specs, we're good to go.
For everyone who wants to quickly find old emails, please see this post. I found a trick that works -- it loads your emails with page numbers like before. Not as good as Search, but way better than "View More Campaigns" which only loads a few at a time.
Edit: Oh, good grief, Constant Contact. Your permalink for each comment doesn't even work. Well, it's currently on page 3 of this thread, if you can find it.
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