Advanced Search Techniques
This article gives a detailed explanation of important search criteria.
In this tab you can search by basic contact information. For example, you could search for everyone that has a Yahoo email address by choosing Email "ends with" @yahoo.com.
Search by tags: Select a tag or multiple tags to pull up all contacts that have the tag. The second tags box labeled, "Tags 2" allows you to craft more sophisticated searches. For example, you could pull up everyone that has a newsletter tag but does not have a customer tag. It is recommended to watch to review the article and video How to Use Tags to Segment Your List
This section allows you to search on general contact information. For example, If you've collected a birthday or anniversary date, you can search for all contacts who's birthday falls within the current month and send them a card.
This section allows you to search on the billing, shipping and optional addresses found in the contact record. For example, you could search for all contacts that live in your state to promote a regional event.
The phone options allow you to search for contacts based on an area code or entire phone number. The email options on this tab are the secondary email addresses found on the contact record. To search on the main email address, click over to the Search tab.
Custom Fields Tab
This tab will show you any custom fields that you have created in Infusionsoft and allow you to search on this criteria. The above example shows a simple drop-down menu that was added to denote the gender of a contact record.
Misc Criteria Tab
This often overlooked tab contains some very powerful search criteria such as products purchased, lead source, date created (when the contact was created in the system), and the Data Exists option.Pro Tip!
The "Data exists" option allows you to segment contacts who have values in certain contact fields. For example, you could view all contacts that have an email address. Another popular criteria is the Owner ID which is the Infusionsoft user assigned to that record.
The columns tab allows you to edit the presentation of the search results. The fields on the left represent the current columns that will be displayed in your search results. To add more columns, select the column(s) on the right and click the double-arrow button to move them over to the left side of the page.