when trying to reuse existing funnel as template for new funnel - the stages were missing and got message that the feature required an upgrade
Campaign V2 Feedback
Campaign V2 is the name of the collection of updates that we recently released to customer testing. The release contained the following major upgrades; funnels; front-end UI improvements; and an improved campaign creation.
We would like your feedback on all aspects of this release and will be taking the best ideas and incorporating them into future iterations.
I have activated ToS approval, but I'm not asked when entering the specific campaign.
When submitting a new idea to the campaign - i get the message "Campaign ToS not yet accepted" - however, I could enter new idea, but not submit - where should the user accept the ToS?
Formatting of stages on the right side looks off
Idea to skip read more and view "edit" and use as template instead
I like to go back through the doors from whence I came.
I currently learn more via Door #1 (view full brief), but when I want to get back to the ideas page, I need to discover that I need to go through Door #2 (browse ideas). See screenshots below for the links to which I specifically refer as door #1 and door #2.
Two Potential solutions:
If I enter the brief through door #1
Can we please have a Launch Options Tab?
Right now this is burred under Email Invite, so I don't see it coming. Also, I think it is not related to the title of the tab. Finally, I think Launch is of equal importance as Basic/Brief/Participation/Funnel/Email, so the level of hierarchy makes sense. Another alternative fix, would be rename the tab to read "Launch" because that title refers ...more »
To me these two buttons: "Save Changes" + "Update Campaign" look redundant.
There are several reasons that I think we should keep Save Changes and scrap Update Campaign. (1) the user may be confused by the redundancy - which one do i need to click to get my desired outcome? what happens if I click one and not the other? What happens if i click one first and then the other second ...more »