I can't find it either.
If you click on a campaign title, the next screen has the clickable numbers to open the Opened, Sent, Clicks, Bounces, and so on.
On the Campaigns list screen, there's enough room (at least as I view it on my system now) to hold a quick link for Bounces, right next to the already existing Open Rate and Click Rate. Would be nice to have such a Bounces link there.
Quarterly I review emails that have Bounced, Blocked, Other that have been returned, but this new way only offers the last 50 emails that have been sent. We send more emails than I can review each month. This is crazy. Why change a good thing.
Ah yes, what KanetteG mentions is a better way to get at your bounces and other performance lists if you need to work with more than one campaign at a time. Thank you for that.
And yes, since the Reports page limits you to the last 50 emails, if you need to get at something ealier, you will find yourself in that Sisyphean world of hurt known as "View more campaigns." Sorry about that.
Yeah. Are all these things actually stored in separate tables? I wouldn't think so. Even if they are, write us a select query with whatever multiple joins or appends are needed to give us an exportable file and a screen view that would show, for example,
[Email Address] [Response Date/Time] [Response Category] [Response Data Primary] [Response Data Secondary]
email@example.com, 10/24/2016 5:53 AM, Bounce, Non-Existent [ ]
firstname.lastname@example.org, 10/24/2016 5:53 AM, Open, [name of newsletter] [ ]
email@example.com, 10/24/2016 5:55 AM, Click, [link that was clicked on] [ ]
firstname.lastname@example.org, 10/24/2016 6:03 AM, Click, [link that was clicked on] [ ]
email@example.com, 10/24/2016 6:36 AM, Open, [name of newsletters] [ ]
firstname.lastname@example.org, 10/24/2016 6:38 AM, Unsubscribe [name of newsletter] [Unsubscribe Reason]
You can be creative with this, but I'd also at least want to see the Sents in such a file, which would allow me to figure out the Did Not Opens on my own. Users who don't have a need for data compiled this way wouldn't have to use it. For others who can work with it, it would save the time of handling and manipulating the separate files as we often must do for keeping data in another system in sync, and doing external reporting.
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