How to: Filter Campaigns

Filtering your Campaigns helps you to view and group Campaigns by specific criteria. Campaigns can be filtered by status and created date.

Here are a few ways that you might use Campaign filters:

  • View all Campaigns that have been Scheduled, but not yet sent.
  • Find Campaigns that need to be scrutinized because they have been flagged as spam by many recipients.
  • Review Automated Campaigns that have been Paused to determine if they're ready to resume again.
  • Clean up the queue by reviewing all the Drafts and decide if they should be sent or deleted.

To filter your Campaigns:

  1. From the blue navigation menu, click the MARKETING tab and select EMAIL CAMPAIGNS from the drop-down menu.
  2. To the left of the page, there is a menu to help you filter and find specific campaigns. Expand the "More Filters" menu additional filtering options.


    Each of the filters provides a different set of values.

    • Recent: Emails for the campaign are being sent. This process can take a while, depending on the number of recipients

    • Draft: The campaign has been created, but not yet scheduled to be sent.

    • Scheduled: The campaign has been scheduled but no emails have been sent yet.

    • Completed: All emails for the campaign have been sent.

    • Active: The Automated Campaign is "on" and being dripped to qualifying customers.

    • Paused: The Automated Campaign has been set-up but is not being actively sent at the moment.

    • On Hold: The campaign could not be sent or scheduled to be sent because your ShippingEasy account did not have an adequate number of email credits.

    • Flagged: Sending of campaign emails was stopped because of a high number of spam reports by the recipients of the emails that were sent.

  3. On the right side of the page, above the campaign lists, expand the "Sort by: Creation Date" dropdown to filter campaigns by an additional set of values.


    • Creation Date: Sort campaigns by the creation date, beginning with the most recent.

    • Date Sent: Sort campaigns by the date sent, beginning with the most recent.

    • Campaign Status: Sort campaigns by status. Ordering appears as follows: Pause, Active, Complete, Draft

    • Name: Sort campaign names to appear alphabetically.

    • Revenue Generated: Sort by greatest to least revenue generated.



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