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MailChimp's built-in Search feature can help you locate campaigns and subscriber profiles in your account from any page. Below, you'll learn how to filter Search results to best help you.
Type a campaign keyword or a subscriber's name into the Search bar, without any hyphens or special characters, and press Enter or click the magnifying glass icon. Results display below the Search bar. Click a title to open the campaign or subscriber profile.
Use the filter drop-down menu to display results by type.
When you click
Search on the
Campaigns page, Search will prefilter for campaigns. From the
Lists page, it will automatically filter for
Subscribers. If you want to search both, choose
Everything from the drop-down menu.
For more specific searches, like merge tag values or campaign content, click the Advanced search keywords link on the Search page.
Search for Subscribers
More relevant search results appear at the top of the list. Click the
View Profile button to view the subscriber's full profile.
To search subscribers in a particular list, look for the Search icon next to the
Settings drop-down menu.
After you click the Search icon, a Search bar appears that displays the list name. Enter keywords as you normally would to search, and the results you get will only come from the list you've selected.
Click X in the top-right corner to return to the View subscribers screen.
Subscriber search keywords
To search a specific field of the subscriber profile, try adding these keywords to your search term. Do not include any hyphens or special characters in your search.
- email:XX – Searches the email address field across all lists where XX is all or part of the address you are searching for.
- merge1:XX – Searches the *|MERGE1|* field across all lists where XX is all or part of the content you're searching for.
- merge2:XX – Searches the *|MERGE2|* field field across all lists where XX is all or part of the content you're searching for.
- notes:XX – Searches the Notes field in a subscriber's profile where XX is all or part of the content you're searching for.
- alldata:XX – Searches across all subscriber data in the list where where XX is all or part of the content you're searching for.
Search for Campaigns
Campaign search results display in the order of most relevance to your search term, and include drafts and sent campaigns.
When you click the title of a draft campaign, you'll enter the Campaign Builder to edit. When you click the title of a sent campaign, you'll see the Campaign Overview.
Drop-down menus display for each campaign type, should you need additional options.
Campaign search keywords
To search a specific part of a campaign, try adding these keywords to your search term.
- fromname:XX. Searches the From: name of a campaign where XX is the keyword.
- subject:XX. Searches the subject line of a campaign where XX is all or part of the subject line you're searching for.
- name:XX. Searches the name of a campaign where XX is all or part of the campaign name you're searching for.
- status:XX. Searches the status of a campaign. For XX, use draft, sent, paused, or scheduled.
- type:XX. Searches across campaign types. For XX, use regular, absplit, rss, auto, or plaintext.
- send_time:XX. Searches the send time of a campaign.
- content:XX. Searches the content of a campaign where XX is your keyword.
- New subscribers and campaigns don't always appear in search results immediately. When a new subscriber is added to your list or a new campaign is sent out, we have to re-index the account data for it to become searchable. Allow some time before you try your search again.
- Hyphens and other special characters may not be recognized by the search engine. Be sure to leave any special characters out when you search.