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JenniferW733
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When in a folder and we look at a doc and then go back, we are no longer in the folder. It would be great, if you could return to that folder view. Also, sub folders would be helpful. 

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William_A
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You can also create subfolders for email campaigns by selecting the "Add a folder" option on an existing main folder.

 

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William A
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William_A
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Hello @JenniferW733 ,

 

You can create subfolders within main Library folders in the Library, by selecting the little down arrow for that main folder.

 

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William A
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JenniferW733
Campaign Contributor
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Thanks, @William_A. I should have been more clear in my message. We are looking for subfolders on Email Campaigns vs. Library Documents. 

 

William_A
Administrator
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You can also create subfolders for email campaigns by selecting the "Add a folder" option on an existing main folder.

 

For full instructions and visual guidance


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William A
Community & Social Media Support
rcppubs23
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What about the original question?

"When in a folder and we look at a doc and then go back, we are no longer in the folder. It would be great, if you could return to that folder view."

Maybe @William_A didn't understand the problem. We store our emails in folders so we can easily find a similar one to use as the "base" for copying and creating a smilarly styled or similar content campaign. But sometimes we don't guess right about the correct one, so we select one, find out it's wrong, then have to go back to the list to select a different one. But instead of returning to the folder where the email will be, it returns us to the "top level" and forces us to navigate again.

 

This is just one example of the many situations where wasted clicks slow down the user's work.

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