How to use the Campaign Inspector

September 26, 2014 Chris Leonard

Have you ever wanted to see a list of all Smart Campaigns? What about a list of all Smart Campaigns that are using a particular flow action? If you have the Campaign Inspector enabled, you can use it to search and view all of your Smart Campaigns by name, campaign status, triggers, filters, or flow actions!

1.1 To enable the Campaign Inspector, head over to the Admin section and click Treasure Chest. Then, find the Campaign Inspector box and click on EDIT.

1.2 Enable Campaign Inspector and click SAVE.

1.3 Head over to Marketing Activities, then click on Campaign Inspector.

Now you are able to see a full list of your Smart Campaigns! Let’s dive deeper and filter by a particular flow action. In this case, we will be looking for all Smart Campaigns that are using a "Change Data Value" flow action.

2.1 Start by changing the filter to All Campaigns. Then search for "Change Data Value" in the search box at the bottom of the page.

2.2 Now you have a list of every Smart Campaign that is using a Change Data Value flow action!

You can apply these same steps for Smart Campaign names, campaign statuses, triggers and filters.

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