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If you have a lot of actions in place, it can be handy to use the filter to find a specific action.

Below you will find steps on how to filter by date.

Step 1: Manage actions

Go to 'Actions' on the left-hand side of the page and click on 'Manage actions'.

Step 2: Current date range

Now you will see an overview of your actions. In the top right corner, you will see the date and report you've just selected or what was already selected. Click on the selected date range.

Step 3: Set date range

Once you’ve clicked on this, you can select the date(s) in order to find a specific action and click on 'Set range' to make your change.

Easy html macro
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