It would have merged the lists, that's why we don't use it anymore, it causes problems in the long run.But sending to multiple lists was easy to do things
Please try to use it, you'll see it working perfectly and you'll get used to it.Using Multiple groups make things complex this way
@laurentiu - can you do a quick check on this please?Because my current suspicion is, that the send groups do not work if you send to the same list again. It might work with multiple lists (comparing and excluding already sent records between two lists), but when it's the same list again, with a few additional records, it sends nothing.
If it's an autoresponder, I think simply importing new emails will start the campaign to not sent list.. How do you have not sent in the list without importing or moving subscribers to the list?Thanks. I have been able to replicate your test on my own test account and it did indeed work in that instance. Sadly, however, not on the two real-life client lists where I needed it, which is odd and which I will have to investigate. I appreciate your effort.
I have opened a ticket with a screencast of my list / send group / re-broadcast findings. Maybe that gives a clue of where I went wrong.
As an idea:
You have this rather handy option to send a campaign to records that have opened / not opened a particular campaign right from within the campaign setup. Why can there not also be an option to send a campaign to previously sent / not sent of a specific campaign? That would be a much simpler UX and very intuitive for the particular scenario I am dealing with. Not to replace the send group feature, which I'm sure is great, but as a simpler workflow for the relatively common task of sending an email campaign to people who have just been added to a list etc.