Suppressions Tab, should be able to sort by Recipient, Date/Time and Details
Hello, I think it would be a great option if you allowed us to sort the bounces, complaints and unsubscribes by date/time and details as well as by recipient.
Yes, I started using mailgun recently and was surprised that the sorting by date was not available. And learning that that feature was there before makes it really baffling to me why would your developers remove it as clearly, sorting alphabetically may be useful at times, but sorting by date I would bet makes more sense and is generally needed more often. Having both should not be that hard to implement :).
Why would the sort by date option not be available. This is a huge inconvenience.
Anti-spam guidelines recommend that email senders keep a record of all emails that have been unsubscribed. I think its important that I keep my own record of unsubscribes as well as the record being keep at mailgun, but with the new suppressions format (although having some very good benefits), I am unable to keep track of new unsubscribes, as well as bounces and spam reports. Being sorted alphabetically just makes the job of recording new suppressions too time consuming. Being able to sort suppressions in date order would resolve this problem. Surely it would not be a huge job for mailgun to add in a sort by date feature?
Sorting this information alphabetically has almost made this useless for running down a problem. Give use date sort again!
Also please add back the ability to choose the amount of suppression displayed and add delete all option.
Nicholas Webster commented
We agree, we were using the previously available 'Bounces' link to find out the Bounced back emails and remove them from our lists so that it is kept up to date. However, now with the introduction of the 'suppression' link, I am not able to find out the new list of bounces as it is alphabetically sorted. Is there any other option to find out the bounced back recipients for a particular campaign. Even sorting by 'Dates' and the count of bounces should help us.