I'm looking for a way to have a consolidated email report like the one you get with email campaigns, but for nurture campaigns. Right now all I've found is creating a separate smart list for each criteria I want to look at. Is there something I'm missing?
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I am not sure I understand the issue: if you use email performance reports, you can set it to show all the emails in an engagement program. Unless you do not want to use email performance reports? or you are not using engagement programs for your nurturing?
can you please provide more details?
We are using nurture programs, however I can't seem to get the same consolidated report that you get if you use the email campaign - control panel - view results - that report that shows each piece of info.
When using a nurture program, I need to create a list to get one piece of the data. And I do that for each criteria - bounce, clicked link, performance, etc.
Just add an email performance report to the program and filter it to get only the emails in your engagement program. It will not show in the summary, but it will give the same info, unless I missed something.
This is not a report, this is an activity log, from a smart campaign. and indeed, you cannot have the same in an engagement program. But why would you need this level of detailed info?
An email performance or email click performance report would probably be better.
The results tab does not exist within nurture programs. If you need to know which leads performed certain actions then smartlists are going to be the only way to do this within the nurture programs.
I'm trying to avoid having a smart list for each criteria - open, click, etc.
Is there a way to have one report like the activity log for nurture campaigns - what if we nested a generic campaign?
Need this for a management report on campaigns to have a nice one size fits all report that doesn't require the use of excel to create.
You can migrate the emails into a default program if you wanted and deploy them via a smart campaign. You would then be able to use the results tab of the smart campaign if needed.
Again, why aren't you using an email performance report? I already suggested this 3 times, and you seem to ignore it. Is there something wrong with this solution ?