FunnelKit Automations works brilliantly to help you segment your contacts with the help of filters.
To filter your contacts using FunnelKit Automations, go to Contacts and click on the dropdown as shown below:
Then, select Advanced Filters.
Now, click on the + Add New Filter button.
You’ll see different options here:
You can filter your contacts using status, tags, and lists. This way, the contacts which are associated with those statuses and tags/lists will only show up.
Filter contacts using their basic information such as first or last name, email, company, date of birth, gender, and more.
Filter your contacts using the WordPress user (based on the user role or is already a user) on your website.
Filter your contacts using the custom fields you created within FunnelKit Automations.
You can filter your contacts using an address, country/region, state, city, or postal code.
Filter contacts using WooCommerce purchases such as items bought, revenue, order date, average order value, used coupons, purchase product categories/tags, etc.
Filter contacts using the engagement stats on your campaigns such as engaged, unengaged, last click, last login, link triggered, last open, last click, and more.
The Engaged users will include all the users to whom either you have not sent your email or they interacted in some way (opened the email, clicked on the link, etc.) with the emails you sent.
You can filter your contacts based on the engaged users by defining the period in the number of days.
The Unengaged users will include all the users who haven't interacted with the emails you sent to them in the specified time period.
Filter your unengaged contacts for a specific period of time (in days).
Segment your contacts based on the email broadcasts you sent to them.
You can filter your contacts based on the broadcast you sent to them, or if they opened the broadcast, or if they clicked on a link in the broadcast.
Filter your contacts list based on the automations created in FunnelKit Automations.
You can segment your contacts if they have entered a particular automation, or they are currently active in an automation, or they have completed a specific automation.
How to Filter your Contacts?
Select any of the categories above to filter your contacts.
In this case, we are selecting tags. You’ll get the option of either including or excluding these tags.
Now, enter your tag name. As you type your tag name, it’ll suggest tags with similar names that you have created in FunnelKit Automations.
You can further apply another filter on top of one.
Once done, click on the Filter button.
Please note that - only the contacts who matched these filters will show up on your screen.
If no contacts satisfy your filtering criteria, then you’ll get a prompt - No Contacts Found.
This is how you can filter contacts in FunnelKit Automations.
You can also save multiple filters as your audience to avoid setting the filters again and again, thereby saving your time.
Know everything about the audience in the next section.