Hello, I'm trying to create a query that will look at the event date of a recipient who received a Welcome Email but did not open it in the last 24 hours. For example on 8/14 I want to send another email to recipients who were sent the first email on 8/13 but did not open it. I'm having a problem with calculating the event date. If I hardcode the date I can get it to work. but when I use 'current date minus n days' the query just spins and doesn't produce a result.
Please try below and let me know how it goes
For Speedup your query
A) Try to use your query as
Targeting dimension is Deliveries and
Filtering dimension Recipient delivery logs
Extra check for scenario like this :
B) Add check for status of delivery : You don't want to track for those who never received delivery .
C) Add a check to avoid Proof/Seed Emails
Thank a lot all! it worked in 18 seconds now!
Yes , efficiency is a key here .
In your query ,you can probably use "Recipient delivery logs" in the filtering dimension and "Recipient" in the targeting as these two are linked .
UPDATE: IT RAN! however, it took 9 minutes to do so. I figure there is probably a more efficient way of doing this.
Thank you for your prompt reply. I removed the additional 'recipient delivery log exist' line and ran it again, but no dice. the query is staying in limbo with the gear at the top running. Like you mentioned the query regarding the event date seems correct. in fact, when I hard code the dates I get the recipient population I'm looking for. this only happens when I try using a function.
Your query on the eventDate seems to be correct. However, you can remove "recipient delivery logs exist" as you are already querying upon the same using "exist such as" operator.
You can just try re-running the query.