Introducing a better way to organize your contact lists and segments

autopilot in Autopilot software on 12th of Apr 2018

Today we’re introducing an entirely new way to organize your lists, segments and folders within the contacts manager. Watch the short video which explains the update in more detail:

We’ve introduced many improvements to the contact manager, including:

  • automatic sorting of lists, segments and folders into sections to help you stay organized;

  • the introduction of helpful sections “Recently Viewed” and “Team Favorites”;

  • the ability to customize which sections you see and the order they appear;

  • drag-and-drop capabilities to make sorting items into folders more simple;

  • support for folders and multiple sub folders, and;

  • faster search across all of your lists, segments and folders.

This is just the start of many improvements to the Autopilot experience we’ll be rolling out this year. We’re thankful to our community and customers for their input and feedback to make this a reality.

Here are a few more things we’re excited about from this release:

1. Less naming conventions, more organization

Before this update we saw many customers (including us) working with naming conventions to stay organized. For example, folders titled “Webinars 2017” and “Webinars 2018” and lists with names like “05052017 Webinar Registrants”, “05052017 Webinar Attendees”.

It works, but it doesn’t scale very well (or look nice).

autopilot contract tree

2. Drag-and-drop

When it’s easy to stay organized chances are you will do it. The update introduces drag-and-drop of lists and segments into folders.

autopilot tree animation

3. Complete customization

You can customize how your lists, segments and folders are organized including special views like team favorites and recently added. We’ll be expanding this ability and level of customization throughout the entire interface this year to help you stay more productive.

autopilot demo

That’s all for now. We hope you like the update and appreciate any feedback you have. Stay tuned for more exciting announcements over the next few weeks.

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