Hello @HelenD78. Thanks for reaching out to us. You can see a contact's open history by viewing their engagement under their contact profile. You can use the engagement to scroll through and see if they have opened an email or even clicked a link!
I took a look at your account and was able to locate those contacts that were not on a list. Basically, what you have to do is run an Advanced Search for "List is Blank." This will show you everyone not on a list, including unsubscribes and contacts that do not have an email address, but when you try to add all those contacts to a list, there are only 13 or so that have email addresses, are not unsubscribed, but are not on any lists previously. Here are some graphics that will show you how to set up that Advanced Search:
Hope that helps! If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out here, or one of these other methods!
Thanks for reaching out to the Community with your question! When you say it did not display the correct UTF-8 characters, was this in a test email that you sent? If so, what email client were you using? Also, if it was a test email that was sent, it will not work to display those characters. In a live send, those characters will show up as intended. So, to test your subject line, just schedule and send a copy of that email to a test list/your own email, and it should appear correctly then! If you are still having issues getting those characters to display properly, let us know and we can troubleshoot further. Thanks again for reaching out to the Community! Hopefully that helps!
Currently with the v2 API registering different API keys so each one can have its own redirect URI would be a viable solution. You could also use just one redirect URI and from there link to each of the individual apps.
When we release our v3 API it will support multiple redirect URIs. We do not have an exact date on the release, but we are hoping it will be within the next few months. Keep an eye out on these forums; also watch developer.constantcontact.com for an update.
Hi @IreneS30087. I'd be happy to help you with this. To add a border to a block, you will want to click Options in the floating toolbar above the block and then you can select the style, color, and width of the border that you would like to use.
We're very sorry you cannot schedule your email campaign! I checked your account and do see an email in the Scheduled status. Were you able to get it scheduled? If not, we do sometimes encounter a system issue where the Schedule button is unresponsive. Our engineers are working as quickly as possible for a fix, but if you run into this again, try re-selecting the From and Reply To email addresses from the schedule page (rather than from the edit page) and that should enable the Schedule button. Please let us know if you need any further assistance as we want to make sure you can schedule email campaigns any time you need to.
Hello @DebbieVG. It's great that you're interested in our Survey product which allows you to collect feedback from your contacts. I'll answer your questions in two parts.
1. When your survey is published, you are given a URL which you can use to post a link to your survey publically. Keep in mind that any responses collected using this URL will show anonymous. Here is how to find your survey link. You can also send an invite to your contacts where their repo
2. I saw you had created a survey invitation but I did not see a yellow box in the invitation. Was this for a survey invitation or another email? If you are able to take a screenshot of what you are seeing, that would be very helpful. You can email this to us social_support(at)constantcontact(dot)com with a reference to this post and also the email clients that were seeing either the black or yellow box.
I don't have the last two options. I only have The top few on that list and old to new doesn't work, becasue it is newest added or latestest worked on so,ething, but not date order. So even if I have two classes on the same day, I have to search through all the events for the two different events, which before, the were lined up one under the other.