Iterable's segmentation tool allows you to segment across all of your subscribers and to make static or dynamic lists. It's a great way to create highly targeted customer segments, so you can deliver the most relevant marketing messages.
Go to Users > Segmentation on the left menu.
Next, use the query builder to search for your desired customer segment. You can segment based on contact properties, which are fields on the user profile that you passed to Iterable either via a CSV file upload or via the API. You can also segment based on past interactions with email campaigns or custom events. Iterable's segmentation tool allows you to use AND/OR/NONE logic and relative dates.
In the below example, the "Find users that meet any/all/none of the following criteria" line dictates the logic between criteria groups, while the "SATISFY ANY/ALL/NONE OF THESE BELOW" lines dictate the logic within said groups.
After you create your query, click the 'Refresh' button to generate the list. You can save it as a dynamic or static list, or export the list as a CSV.
Scroll down to see the subscribers who are on your list. You can also choose the user fields to display in the list.
You can click on any email address on the list to view the user profile.
For information on how to leverage the Matches Regex comparator, see the support article here.
Other Example Searches
Subscribers who have opened or clicked an email in the past 90 days
Subscribers who have not made a purchase in the past 30 days and have not opened emails in the past 30 days
Subscribers who are on the 'California' list and signed up in the past week
Subscribers who were sent the 'New Features' email campaign and opened it on an iPhone
Subscribers who had a 'foo' custom event in the past 90 days
Subscribers who have NOT had a 'Buy Food' custom event in the past 90 days
- You'll need to use NONE logic while checking to see if the event "Is Set". Performing "None" + "Is Set" on custom event X checks if there is no custom event X on the user profile.
Subscribers who were sent a 'welcome series' email in the last 7 days
- Logic like this can be used in a suppression list - to limit send volume to users who are currently (or were recently) in a welcome series, for example