List Selection Spacing, Functionality, and Information
This new "Use as much space on the screen as possible" thing is not very convenient. On a desktop, one can only see about three or four of one's lists, and scrolling moves past the next batch w-a-y too quickly. There is absolutely no reason there has to be that much space between lines - or you need to give us more room in the scrolling box so we can see more than three or four lists. Then, nowhere (obvious) does it say what lists you have actually chosen, and so since a) you can't see more than one or two at a time, and b) you can't see what you have chosen at a glance, you have no idea if you have included all the lists you want to include. I feel somewhat sure that earlier in my CC-using career (I have emails going back to 2009, or maybe even 2008) this screen showed a list of what lists had been selected.
Re: List Selection Spacing, Functionality, and Information
Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
We apologize for any inconvenience that this has caused you. We appreciate your feedback on the operation of the Constant Contact system and I will be sure to submit this feedback to the appropriate teams.
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