Need to have the ability to change header based on need. For instance, in my case cities and states are not as relevant as country. Yet, I cannot change the columns!
Thank you for the feedback! I'm glad you like it! Yes, you can sort by last name by clicking on the Name header at the top of your list. This will give you the option to sort by Last Name in descending or ascending order. You can even sort by email address by clicking on the Email header as well. I hope this helps! Thanks again for posting.
Hi Judy, Thank you for posting. I'm really sorry for the frustration this is causing. At the moment, the ability to sort by date added is not available, however we are looking into implementing this field again. As for sorting by last name and email address, this can be done by clicking on the column headers Name and Email. Click on the Name column header gives you the option to sort by Last Name and clicking on the Email header allows you to sort alphabetically by the email address. We are also looking into modifying the number of contacts you can view per page, as well as possible improvements to paging options. Your feedback on this is really helpful. Please stay tuned for updates on these topics and please keep voting on these topics that you would like to see implemented. Your patience is very much appreciated as we continue to make updates. My apologies once again for the frustration.
asked that I post this request on his behalf. He would like to choose what contact fields show in the contact management landing page
It would would be very helpful if there was a column when you saw all contacts that showed what list they were if any. I wanted to check to make sure that no contact was missed or not in a group and the only way to do that is to open them up individually which is very time consuming. Thank you, Karyn - Mandala - cfta
Hello, Thank you for your feedback. This is a great suggestion. I can certainly see the value in being able to see that. As a work around to this issue, it could be helpful to export your contacts. This will provide you with a column that lets you know what list(s) each of your contacts may be in.
Hello, Thank you for posting. I appreciate your feedback on being able to customize the columns. Regarding being able to edit the Company for a particular contact: try clicking on the name of the contact instead of the Company Name, when you are viewing this contact among a list of others. Clicking on the name will bring up the contact's details and allow you to remove/edit the Company, while clicking on the Company name first will take you to that Company Profile, which shows you all contacts associated with that Company (which is why it was requiring an entry.) I hope this helps..
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