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Smart list with multiple SFDC campaigns

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Nurture_Ninja
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Smart list with multiple SFDC campaigns

We need to set up a smart list pulling members from various campaigns in SFDC, as many as a couple thousand campaigns.

Is there a way to this up in an easy way?

Thank you

NN

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Darshil_Shah1
Level 10 - Community Advisor

Re: Smart list with multiple SFDC campaigns

You'd have to manually select the campaigns in the Multiple Value Chooser. If you have a list of campaigns (with their exact names), given that they're also synced with Marketo, you can paste all the campaigns' names in the Multiple Value Chooser, and you should be good to save it. This will save you from having to individually select each campaign from the dropdown; however, if any of the campaigns isn't visible to Marketo (in case the sync user can't see it) or the name doesn't match the actual campaign name in Salesforce, then you'd see an error in your filter. Note that there's a limit on the number of characters (50k) that you could enter in the multi-value chooser. Once you reach that character limit, you'll run into an error while saving and closing the multi-value chooser dialog. As a workaround, you can add the same Member of Salesforce Campaign filter in the OR condition.

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Darshil_Shah1
Level 10 - Community Advisor

Re: Smart list with multiple SFDC campaigns

You'd have to manually select the campaigns in the Multiple Value Chooser. If you have a list of campaigns (with their exact names), given that they're also synced with Marketo, you can paste all the campaigns' names in the Multiple Value Chooser, and you should be good to save it. This will save you from having to individually select each campaign from the dropdown; however, if any of the campaigns isn't visible to Marketo (in case the sync user can't see it) or the name doesn't match the actual campaign name in Salesforce, then you'd see an error in your filter. Note that there's a limit on the number of characters (50k) that you could enter in the multi-value chooser. Once you reach that character limit, you'll run into an error while saving and closing the multi-value chooser dialog. As a workaround, you can add the same Member of Salesforce Campaign filter in the OR condition.

Nurture_Ninja
Level 3

Re: Smart list with multiple SFDC campaigns

Thank you

Darshil_Shah1
Level 10 - Community Advisor

Re: Smart list with multiple SFDC campaigns

You're welcome, @Nurture_Ninja!