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Make it easier to show active campaigns in Eloqua

On the primary Campaign page, maybe have a link along the left side (where it says "Overview", "All Files", "Created by Me", "Recently Accessed by Me" and "Recently Modified") add a link that says "Active Campaigns".

Currently, I have to scroll through a bunch of folder to see what campaigns are active.

Thanks!

Jim Tatum

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  • Sachin Jain-Oracle
    Sachin Jain-Oracle Mr Posts: 161 Employee
    edited Jun 8, 2022 1:25PM

    Hi @Jim Tatum at Texas Instruments

    Thank you for submitting your idea. We are very interested in your thoughts on any features you would like to see in our product.

    While we have decided not to move forward with this idea submission at this point in time, we welcome any future ideas you may have.

    Whereas, there is option to sort campaign by status and you can find this with the help of insight report as well.


    Insight Report Attributes








    Also, when you click on "My Eloqua" from the top menu it shows you all Active and Scheduled campaign with clickable option.


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  • A quick workaround is to just open campaigns and search for *. This will result in a view of all campaigns, you can then sort the list on status to see all active campaigns.

    if you single click on one you can see the folder structure on top and easily navigate to it.

  • @Jim Tatum at Texas Instruments

    This is a very common request, and at Portqii, we have two solutions for this, and one of them is forever free.

    Approach 1 : Use Portqii’s Free Workbench app

    Our Workbench app is a powerful tool for Eloqua admins, and there is so much we can do with it.

    Here’s how we can easily filter all the campaigns based on their status of: Active.


    Since currentStatus field is a numeric field, you will need to use the numeric value to filter the values. Here is a screen shot of the campaign status numeric values from Eloqua documentation.



    As you can see, you can use the query to get campaigns by created user, edited user and other available fields that Eloqua has for the object.

    Approach 2 : Use Portqii’s ANA app to tag assets

    The Asset Naming Assistant app has the tagging feature - this allows us to #hashtag any asset with tags that we deem relevant. So you can imagine tagging these with #2022SpringCollection or #AuthorJohnDoe or any other tags that seem relevant.



    This may not be the best option to filter all the active campaigns; that will involve manually tagging each campaign when the status is changed. But, it’s a powerful tool to filter any assets based on #hashtags.


    We currently have a 90-day trial on this app and can be installed directly – so give it a shot . And irrespective of your decision to buy it or not, do share with us the experience of having used it. Tell us how we could improve this app, or just chat us up; we always love chatting about Eloqua usage.