The best way to achieve this is by using tags.
For example, search on the 'customer' tag but within this tag group you need to exclude contacts tagged as 'email-campaign' the way to do this would be by using tags to do the following:
1. Create a new tag group for your search - i.e. call the tag group 'search-aug-18' tag for example
2. Next search on the tag group 'customer' which will display all those contacts with this tag - as shown in the example below:
3. Change to List view and select all contacts in the customer tag group as shown below:
4. Click on green Tags button - select 'add these tags' and select the new tag you created 'search-aug-18' to add to the customer group of contacts - as shown in the screenshots below:
5. Now search again on the tag group customer and the tag group 'email-campaign', this will display the contacts tagged as both 'customer' and 'email-campaign' as shown below:
6. Change to List view - select all the contacts matching the tag criteria as shown below:
7. Click on the green Tags button as shown below:
8. Select the 'remove this tag' option and remove the new tag you added called 'search-aug-18' as shown below:
9. Click on Update to save.
By removing the tag 'search-aug-18' you are making sure that in this tag group you only have contacts tagged as 'customer' and NOT tagged as 'email-campaign' .
10. Now search on the tag group 'search-aug-18' and you will ONLY have contacts tagged as 'customer' and NOT tagged as 'email-campaign' in this tag group - as shown below:
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