Some Important Campaigns Features Request

robust

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1> Once the campaign scheduled we can't be able to edit. In this case, we need to delete and schedule again. So it should ask for editing once the campaign scheduled.

2> Once Campaign Scheduled it should ask how many emails should go. Suppose we scheduled a campaign with a list of 1000K and on 1st day it delivered 100K than in 2nd day while resuming it should ask how much mail to deliver. Like one pop-up should open and ask to fill in a number of emails to send.
 

wasif

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1> Once the campaign scheduled we can't be able to edit. In this case, we need to delete and schedule again. So it should ask for editing once the campaign scheduled.

2> Once Campaign Scheduled it should ask how many emails should go. Suppose we scheduled a campaign with a list of 1000K and on 1st day it delivered 100K than in 2nd day while resuming it should ask how much mail to deliver. Like one pop-up should open and ask to fill in a number of emails to send.
1: The campaign schedule involves a lot of operations before the campaign actually starts sending emails. So editing a running campaign can break a lot of things and may eat more resources + time to get resumed. So we have just added the hourly speed throttle for a scheduled/running campaign that was supposed to be the most important part. And for that, you need to pause the campaign -> change the hourly speed, and then resume again.

2: So you are referring to cold warmup and Mumara follows a pattern for the daily quota. We have already build a flow for it and it's currently pipelined.
 

robust

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Clarification:
1> Once the campaign scheduled we can't be able to edit. In this case, we need to delete and schedule again. So it should ask for editing once the campaign scheduled.
It's about editing or making some changes in creative after starting the campaign. Just to edit creative, not the full campaign settings.
 

wasif

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Ahhh, I see. You can just pause the campaign, edit the broadcast creative, and then resume again. It will resume with the new content.
 
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