|Filtering by address book|
|Filtering by queries (segments)|
|Applying a custom filter|
|» Filtering by dynamic content|
|» Filtering by split test variation|
|Removing a filter|
When you select a campaign's report, the default view shows results for all sends in the campaign.
You're able to filter the results by clicking on our filter function, which can be found in the top right of the screen (in this case above the conversion funnel).
When this filter function is selected, a window will display with the various filter types.
The first option is to filter By address book. From the dropdown, select the address book you'd like to filter by and click Apply filter.
Note that this will filter based upon the address books that the contact is currently in, not the address book that they were in at the time of the send.
The second option is to filter by Queries (segments). From the dropdown, select the segment you'd like to filter by and click Apply filter.
The last option is to create a Custom filter. Use the Add filter link to create your query by selecting contact data fields from your address books. For example, you may have emailed all contacts but wish to view only the results for 'females'.
After selecting a contact data field, you'll next need to select an operator (e.g. 'equal to') and then enter a value (e.g. 'female').
If you want to add another filter in order to create a multiple line filter (i.e. a filter with more than one set of criteria), then you'll need to click on Add filter again.
When you're happy with everything, make sure all of your filters are saved (using the save icon) and then click on Apply filter.
If the campaign contains dynamic content, or is a split test, then you'll also have the options to filter by these variations.
To filter on dynamic content variations, click on Dynamic content, choose the dynamic content block and its variation to filter on from the dropdowns, and then click Apply filter.
To filter on split test variations, click on Split test variation, choose either A, B, C, etc., from the dropdown, and then click Apply filter.
To remove the filter once you've applied it, just click on the red cross in the filter function tab.