I don't know, maybe it's just me, but when I go to turn off / deactivate a campaign, the last word, especially these days, that I want to see/hear/think about is Abortion.
So when a user clicks "Campaign Actions", instead of reminiscing about embryos in "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley, can we just step back a few grades and use simpler terminology like Stop, Quit, Cancel, Remove, Void, Deactivate, Turn Off, Power Down, Halt, Shut Down, End, Shut Off?
Abort is a pretty strong term - something tells me the product team was probably trying to reference a different sort of science fiction: something with spaceships and space missions.
We'll address this ASAP.
Yea, I was thinking of the big red button under the glass dome that "aborts the mission", but suppose I can see how it could be interpreted differently.
While you are at it, can you change the Run Once button to say something clearer? I posted an idea on this awhile ago.
Run Once implies that you if press the button now, it runs now. When in fact, it actually asks you in a dialog. I know a lot of new users are thrown off by that. Something more like "Schedule Batch" or "Batch Time"