Your contact list includes hundreds of filters that helps you build segments to send specific marketing campaigns to. 

To search through your contact list, click Contact List in the left sidebar > View all filters.

From here, you'll be able to search through hundreds of attributes - from simple fields like first name and last name to more advanced data, like purchase history.

Note: For many of these filters, you can toggle the filter to do the opposite (e.g. users who have opened or users who haven't opened an email)

Here's a high level overview of what you'll find in each category:

User Info

  • Email Address
  • Email Domain
  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Birthday
  • Email Engagement Level
  • Influence Level

Location

  • City
  • State
  • Country
  • Users in EU 

Email Engagement & Subscriptions

  • Email Address
  • Email Domain
  • Subscribed to emails
  • Date Subscribed
  • Segment
  • Purchased tickets from email
  • Purchased from email
  • Double Opted-in
  • Valid Email Address
  • Opened Email(s)
  • Clicked Emails(s)
  • Received Emails(s)
  • Unsubscribed from email
  • Email sent to user permanently bounced
  • Marked email as spam

E-Commerce Data

  • Total Amount Spent
  • Spending Level
  • New Customers
  • Completed # Orders
  • Purchased item from a Shopify collection
  • Shopify's accept marketing flag
  • Purchased from email
  • Purchased Item(s)
  • Abandoned a Cart

Event Data

  • Total Amount Spent
  • Total spent on any single event
  • New Ticketing Customer
  • Purchased Ticket(s)

Third Party Data

Filter using third party data from

  • Shopify
  • Eventbrite
  • Smile.io

Social Network Data

  • Time Engaged
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • SoundCloud
  • YouTube

Hive Email Capture Campaigns

  • Signup Form
  • Entered Contest
  • Download Track
  • Participated in Poll
  • Clicked Shortlink

If you're filtering to find groups of people, you can create a segment for them or add them to an existing segment by clicking the Segment button in the top right of your contact list.

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