I have a specific campaign for which I am trying to build a smart list. I want any person who has purchased 2 specific products, in no particular order, but who has purchased the second product within the last day, to receive an email. I can't quite figure out how to structure the logic. Attached is what I have, but I believe the way it is currently structured a person would only receive the email if they purchased BOTH products within the last day.
My only other idea is to put BOTH course names (MN 30-hour salesperson course 1; MN 30-hour salesperson course 2) in BOTH "has purchased product" filters, and add the constraint "in time frame: yesterday" in only ONE of the two filters. But I am not positive what the semicolon between course names would mean there.... Would that method do the trick? Any other ideas?
Please remove the attachment and paste it inline (in the editor) to continue. Not all Nation users can see attachments, which makes them very confusing!
Thank you, Sanford. New to these boards! Here is the attachment:
In fact, since posting I might have found a solution. Does the below get me where I want to be?
Your solution should totally work to pull the audience you're after.
The best way to be sure is to test - add these variables to your own lead record to check. Do some spot checking to make sure they meet the criteria and are matching what you're expecting to see.