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How to Opt-out automated rule for Some Campaigns

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Hi Guys

 

Could you please help me with this automated rule thing.

 

We are using automated rule for an account level & for 40 campaigns, But for some campaigns we dont want to run this account level automated rule.

 

Is there anyway we can opt-out rule for some camapigns ?

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September 2015

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Hi Balaji,

Re-reading your initial post, I may have misunderstood the fact that you're running the rules at the account level. Did you mean these are MCC level rules? If that's the case, you may need to create the rule inside of the account in order to be selective at the campaign level.

I would suggest you try to make a new rule for what you'd like to occur from the campaigns tab inside the account.

Step 1 - from the campaigns tab, select (checkbox) the campaigns that you'd like the rule to apply to.

Step 2 - Click Automate > etc...I think you get the rest.

This will create a rule for just the campaigns that you selected.

You may have to re-create some other rules as well but this is one way that I know you can choose particular campaigns for your rules.

-Tommy
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Hi Balaji,

When you create/edit rules, you can apply to selected campaigns only....That should solve your issue pretty easily.

-Tommy
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But you can select one campaign, you cant select multiple campaigns. Even you cant exclude one campaign either
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Hi Balaji,

Re-reading your initial post, I may have misunderstood the fact that you're running the rules at the account level. Did you mean these are MCC level rules? If that's the case, you may need to create the rule inside of the account in order to be selective at the campaign level.

I would suggest you try to make a new rule for what you'd like to occur from the campaigns tab inside the account.

Step 1 - from the campaigns tab, select (checkbox) the campaigns that you'd like the rule to apply to.

Step 2 - Click Automate > etc...I think you get the rest.

This will create a rule for just the campaigns that you selected.

You may have to re-create some other rules as well but this is one way that I know you can choose particular campaigns for your rules.

-Tommy
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Hi balaji, one of the simplest ways to control which Campaign(s) are affected by Automated Rules is to use Labels.  If you include a condition in your Rule that specifies the Campaigns must be labelled with one or more specific Labels, you can then choose which Campaigns are affected just by changing their labelling, without changing the Rule.

 

Jon

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