4.3-View the List of all Campaigns

View All Campaigns

The page consists of a list of all campaigns, it helps to manage and modify the currently available campaigns in the application, only if you are managing the application using the admin account. Separate user accounts other than the admin, will only be able to view the campaigns which they have created using their account, or if the admin has assigned the permission to view particular campaigns to the user's role group. If no email campaign has been created, nothing will appear in the table of “View all Campaigns”. 

The following table in the Figure#4.3.1 will appear on your screen, once you click “View all Campaigns”.

Figure#4.3.1: Viewing the Details of Currently Available Campaigns 


Table#4.3.1: View all Campaigns


Sr is the abridged form of serial number and in almost all the view page of MUMARA, Sr would be the first column to start the view table with. Serial number of view all campaigns shows the records in ascending order (1-10).

You can view all records on one page, by selecting “All” from the dropdown to show the records per page. But if the list is too long, viewing all records on one page may reduce the speed. 


Name of the group, if the email campaign is the part of any group.

Campaign Name


The second column contains the name of the currently available email campaigns. Email campaign name is the mandatory field to fill, to start the process of creating an email campaign.

The name is used as identifier within the application, and the recipients will not be able to view the campaign name.  

Subject Line

The column subject line appears next to “Campaign Name” in the process of creating a new campaign. It is also a mandatory field to fill, like the campaign name.

The column for the subject line shows the particular information which you have provided in the field for the "Subject line", while creating this campaign. 


Followed by the above mentioned details of currently available email campaigns, table moves to the "Actions" column. The quick actions buttons allow performing particular actions to manage the campaigns. 

Figure#4.3.2:Perform Quick Actions

Extension- Table#4.3.1: View all Campaigns

Copy Campaign

Click the button to create a copy of the particular email campaign. As soon as you click the button “Copy Campaign”, the copied campaign will also start appearing on the same table of “View all Campaigns”. 


Clicking on the edit button will directly lead you to the page, where you will be able to modify the details of particular campaign.


Click the button and you will be asked to confirm, if you really want to delete the email campaign? Answering the prompt message in yes will result in the deletion of that email campaign from the list of currently available email campaigns.

a)       Number of records per page

To select the number of records you want to view per page, the page puts a dropdown menu on view towards the top of the page. The dropdown menu starts from 10 records to display, and ends with all records on one page. The following figure indicates the position of the dropdown on the page.

Figure#4.3.3: Number of Records per Page


b)      Copy or Print Email Campaign Table

Use the copying options to copy the data in the columns of the table appears below. You can copy the table by using the “Copy” button and can paste it manually in a file, or can copy and save the complete table along with the columns to .CSV file, Excel or PDF format. Further you can get a print out of the complete table by clicking “Print”. See the following figure.

Figure#4.3.4: Copying the View Email Campaign Table 

Search Email Campaign


Search particular email campaign from the list of all campaigns by using its name. Campaign names are unique names, which help to search particular campaign across the application/ user account. If you don’t remember the complete campaign name, just initiate search by typing few words in the search box. As soon as you start writing, the search function starts sorting and showing the results as per the search query.

Figure#4.3.5: Searching Campaign



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