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The only ones flowing through are Status is changed in SFDC campaign but I have it set up to use Any filters.
Hey Karen, deactivating/activating again won't get people to flow through who have already gone through because this is a triggered campaign. The campaign will always be looking for one of your two triggers to occur before getting anyone to flow through.
You can do one of a couple of things to get these people to flow through your smart campaign again: the easiest is to probably clone your current smart campaign, in the flow steps remove the Send Email step (definitely do this, or else they'll receive the email a second time!), and change the smart list to a single filter that says "Member of SFDC Campaign" and your two campaign names.
Also, if there's a chance that someone is being invited to both campaigns then you're correct in having the Change SFDC Status as two different flow steps, but if they can only be a part of one of the campaigns, then you could do that as a single Change SFDC Status with two choices... totally up to you.
Interesting. So eventhough I didn't (don't) see them in Results, I can't get them to be grabbed (hope you like my technical terms there). I did solve the problem by temporarily switching the the status in sfdc to something different and then switching it back but I definitely want to understand this better for the future.
1) Is the problem not with the logic of the way I wrote the smart list but that I activated it before adding a key filter?
2) To me it seemed like since I didn't see my SFDC campaign members in the results they hadn't gone through the marketo campaign and would therefore be new and actionable once the filter was on making them newly a part of the Smart List. Sounds like my logic is flawed but I still don't 100% get why.
Thank you so much for your thorough response above. I really appreciate it.