Regular Email Campaigns: About the Email Campaigns Screen

Last Updated: Aug 18 2016 10:00 am UTC

The Email Campaigns screen lets you create new email campaigns, lists your existing email campaigns, and enables you to review and manage the existing campaigns. The various sections of the Email Campaigns screen are described below.

Create Campaign button Opens a drop-down with options to choose to create Regular email campaign or A/B split test campaign.
 Regular Campaign  Opens the Email Campaign wizard that enables you to create a regular email campaign.
 A/B Split Campaign Opens the A/B Test Campaign wizard that enables you to create an A/B Test campaign.

The campaign list:

Click to open the campaign in the Email Campaign wizard [if the campaign has not yet been sent] or to display statistics about the campaign [if the campaign has already been sent]. An arrow [] indicates that it is a regular email campaign, and A/B inside a rectangle [] indicates an A/B Test campaign.

Grey circle Gray indicates that the campaign is still being developed [Status: Draft].
Green circle Green indicates that the campaign has been sent [Status: Sent].
Red circle Red indicates that the campaign is scheduled to be sent [Status: Scheduled].
 
Purple A/B badge  Indicates that the A/B Test campaign has been sent, and that the test is still being conducted [Status: In progress].
Title The name of the campaign. Clicking the name has the same functionality as clicking the icon to the left of the name [as described above].
Magnifying glass icon Preview: Shows a preview of an email from the email campaign.
 Pencil icon Edit: Opens the campaign in the Email Campaign wizard, enabling you to edit and schedule the campaign. Edit is available only for campaigns with Draft status.
 Paper icon Copy: Creates a copy of the selected campaign. You must give a name to the new campaign. 
 PDF icon Save as PDF: Creates a PDF version of the email campaign. Save as PDF is available only for campaigns that have already been sent.
Campaign status Draft: The campaign is still being developed and can be edited.

Sent: The campaign has been sent, and therefore cannot be edited. The send date and time are shown.

Scheduled: The campaign is scheduled to be sent. The scheduled date and time are shown.
Lists/Segments Shows the lists and segments to which the campaign was sent or will be sent.
Subscribers Shows the number of emails that were sent during the campaign.
Reports Lets you view statistics about the campaign. Report is available only for campaigns that have already been sent.
 Three dots Enable you to perform actions on the selected campaigns — view reports, copy, save as PDF, edit
Checkobox Allows you to choose an action [delete] to perform on the selected campaigns. 
 20 per page dropdown Lets you specify the maximum number of campaigns to show in each page; 20, 50, or 100. 
 

Filtering the email campaigns list:

The “Newest first“ filter controls enable you to select which campaigns to show in the list:

Newest first Sorst email campaigns that are sent out most recently first
Oldest first Sorts oldest email campaigns first
Title A-Z Sorts email campaigns titles starting with A first
Title Z-A Sorts email campaigns titles starting with Z first
Most subscribers Sorts out email campaigns with the most subscribers first
Least subscribers Sorts out email campaigns with the least subscribers first

The “All Campaigns“ filter controls enable you to select which campaigns to show in the list:

All Campaigns Shows all campaigns.
Drafts Shows only campaigns that are still being developed and have therefore not yet been sent.
Scheduled Shows only campaigns that have been scheduled.
Sent Shows only campaigns that have been sent.
RSS Campaigns Shows only RSS campaigns.
A/B Campaigns Shows only A/B Test campaigns.

 


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