I recently sent an email to virtually my entire database because I mistakenly used an "or" instead of an "and" in the smart campaign. It would have been extremely valuable for a warning to have popped up telling me that my smart campaign was going to be sent to more than 95% (or pick a similar large number) of my database. i am sure that i am not the only person to have done this by mistake, and a warning would have been VERY welcome.
in admin -> smart campaign, you can set a limit that you should not reach when creating the target in a smart campaign:
This is not as good as what you are proposing here, but it might still be a safety thing you could implement, at least at the beginning.
In addition to Greg's comment, one of the checkpoints that everyone on my team must do before sending a batch campaign is to check the Schedule tab and make sure the number of leads qualifying for this campaign looks like a valid number based on the filters in the smart list. In fact, including a percentage in parentheses which represents the percent of all leads accessible would be nice (either in the entire DB, or among all leads a specific workspace has access to (for multi-workspace/partition environments). And take it one step further by clicking on the number to see WHO has qualified.
Yep, this is a must do!
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