General Layout

There are several main components of the Campaigns page:

  • Aggregate metrics are at the top of the page showing the overall metrics for all campaigns.
  • Campaign tiles for all your campaigns are center stage. The tiles show important information for each campaign, including metrics, status, segments, and more.
  • Campaign status filters are in the top left panel. This is where you can easily access subsets of your campaigns grouped by status.
  • Campaign group filters are in the bottom left panel. This is where you can create new campaign groups or filter the page down to just those in a specific (or no) campaign group.

Interactions & Information

Aggregate Metrics

The aggregate metrics section shows you a summation of all campaign metrics, including open and click rate, conversions, and revenue. These metrics will change based on the campaign status or group filter applied in the left panel, giving you a high-level overview of the campaigns you're viewing. 

The description in the top left corner of the aggregate metrics tile tells you the campaign status or group filter that you have applied to the page. If you haven't selected a filter, the description in the top left corner will say "All."

There are more metrics than appear when you first view this page! To see them, use the blue dots below the metrics in the aggregate section. These will allow you to change between the pages of metrics that appear on all campaign tiles. You can also change between unique and total calculations for all metrics on the page using the dropdown at the top of the aggregate metrics section. (NOTE: The page will default to unique calculations.)

If you have selected a campaign group filter, there will be a Group Settings button below the campaign group name in the aggregate metrics section. Click this button to edit your campaign group settings.

Campaign Tiles

The campaign tiles will show you the metrics for each individual campaign. Use the blue dots below the metrics in the aggregate metrics section to change pages to see more metrics!

The left side of each tile will show you a number of items:

  • The campaign name
  • The name of the segment used in the campaign
  • The campaign status
  • An icon indicating which channel the campaign is being sent on (email, web push, etc.)
  • If applicable, a circular arrow icon indicating that the campaign is recurring or continuous (NOTE: There is no icon for a one-time campaign)
  • Orange icons indicating if the campaign is using A/B testing (AB) or is emulated (E)
  • Any tags that have been applied to the campaign

In the bottom right corner of each tile, you'll see up to two dates:

  • The Last Updated date will always appear
  • The Start Date will only appear if one has been set for the campaign or priority campaign group

When you hover over a campaign tile, an ellipsis menu will become accessible in the top right corner. Here you have the ability to:

  • View Campaign Report for campaigns that have run at least once
  • Clone the campaign - you'll get a popup to select which campaign group you want to clone the campaign into
  • Delete the campaign - you'll get a popup confirming that you want to remove the campaign

If you are filtered into a priority campaign group, there are two additional items on the tile:

  • In the top left corner, you will see a number indicating the priority order of the campaign (i.e., P1, P2, etc.)
  • When you hover over a campaign tile, a drag area will appear on the left side - click and drag to change the priority order of campaigns within the priority campaign group

Campaign Status Filters

The campaign status filters in the top left panel of the Campaigns page allow you to easily access campaigns with the same or related campaign statuses. There are five statuses you can select: 

  • All: No filter is applied. This is the default, so each time you come to the Campaigns page, you will see all of your campaigns.
  • Drafts: Filtered to only campaigns with a status of Draft. By definition, only campaigns that have never sent before can have a Draft status. 
  • Active: Filtered to only campaigns that are scheduled to send in the future or are actively sending at this moment. This includes Scheduled, Preparing, Running, and Ongoing.
  • Paused: Filtered to only campaigns with a status of Paused.
  • Completed: Filtered to only campaigns with a status of Completed. One-time campaigns are automatically marked completed. Ongoing (recurring and continuous) campaigns can be marked completed when you pause them.

The number next to each status shows how many campaigns currently have that status.

Selecting a status filter will force the aggregate metrics to be calculated using only the campaigns in that status. So, for example, you'll be able to easily see how all of your completed campaigns are performing in aggregate!

When you want to get back to the complete, unfiltered list of campaigns, simply click the "All" filter, and the page will remove the applied filter.

Campaign Group Filters

Campaign group filters allow you to view the campaigns within a particular campaign group that you have created.

The New Group button will start the process of creating a new campaign group. You'll be able to give the group a name, specify whether it's a Normal or Priority group, and set up the schedule. Once created, you can edit the campaign group setup using the Group Settings button in the aggregate metrics section.

By selecting Ungrouped, you'll be able to filter the page to all campaigns that are not associated with a group.

You can select any campaign group by name to filter the page to just the campaigns in that group. Next to the campaign group name, the number shows how many campaigns have been created within that campaign group.

Selecting a campaign group will force the aggregate metrics to be calculated using only the campaigns in the specified group.

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