ACC Tips & Tricks, Adobe Campaign, Marketing Automation

Load the first workflow in campaign view

Adobe Campaign Classic tips

Every campaign manager, sooner or later, finds their way into marketing automation tools like Adobe Campaign Classic.

However, one common challenge, for some order loving campaign managers, is encountered when navigating through campaign workflows. By default, the system loads the first-added workflow as a first on the list, which can lead to confusion to some. Many users have inadvertently made changes to the older versions of campaign workflows, mistakenly believing they were located in the newest version. The reason is that they thought the new workflows are added on top of the list and old will be lost last in long list.

Fortunately, a simple solution exists. To guarantee the newest campaign workflow always appears at the top of the list, move it there by clicking the blue arrows in the top menu. This ensures the latest workflow loads each time you open a campaign.

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Marcel Szimonisz
Marcel Szimonisz
MarTech consultant As a marketing automation consultant, I specialize in solving problems, automating processes, and driving innovation in my clients' marketing platforms.

I hold certifications in Adobe Campaign v6 (3x certified) and Salesforce Marketing Cloud (5x certified).

Additionally, I serve as a community advisor for Adobe Campaign, offering expert insights and guidance.

In addition to my professional pursuits, I also enjoy exploring various programming languages, CMSs, and frameworks, further enhancing my technical expertise and staying at the forefront of industry advancements.
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