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I have trouble using the marketing lists: I want to create marketing lists whose members are contacts that belong to my whole organization, not to the user creating the marketing list. Is that possible?
When I add such a contact to a marketing list, it does not appear in the members list.
What filter criteria are you using?
Are you talking about the filter criteria that I use to add contact to the marketing list?
I didn't mention it is a static marketing list.
I have the feeling the criteria I use does not matter (I tried a few of them using information about the contacts): even if I add a single member whose owner is the organization, it does not appear in the member list.
You mean it's a static list and even you just add any member it does not show in member list?
Can you check below two things:
1. Check the user viewing the list has the right to read the contact record added
2. Check if you have any filters in the view used in members grid
I used the wrong view in the member grid.
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