Summary

You can search and filter your contacts and contact lists by using the search tool, allowing you to perform further actions with the returned contacts.

Using the search tool

There are two ways of accessing the search tool depending on whether you are searching for a specific contact or just a contact list.

If you are searching for a specific contact this is the way to do it:

1. Go to Contacts -> Contact Lists > Browse Contacts. The search tool is located at the top right of the contact's list.

This way allows you to search through a specific contact list simply by typing any value in the search box. The contact or contacts matching the criteria will be returned in a list.

Ex.1. Search by domain - you are searching for all contacts with @example.com domain; all you need to do is type it in the search box and it’ll show you all contacts within the contact list matching that criteria; 2. Telephone - you are searching for all contacts with 01234567891 phone number – simply repeat the process and type that value (criteria) in the search box and voila!
You can even search by subscription date and time. Simply type said date & time in the search box and there you have it – all contacts containing the search value will be displayed.

Note: Even if the contact data fields are not visible in the contact list you will still be able to search by typing the value associated with the specific data field – ex. First name, Last name, Company, etc.

If you are searching for a contact list please follow these steps:

2. Go to Contacts > Contact Lists and switch to List view (1). Then simply type the list’s name in the Search bar (2) and that’s it. It’ll be displayed.

If you want to return to the original contacts in the contact list and/or the list of all contact lists just delete the value in the search box.

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