Saved Audiences

Created by Support Administrator, Modified on Wed, 20 Dec 2023 at 12:26 PM by Support Administrator


Saving The Audience

Once you have applied the relevant filters in order to create the desired audience, click on the "Save Audience" button. (1)

You'll be presented with a dialogue asking you to name the audience file. (1)

We recommend naming the file according to the type of audience it contains.

Click on "Save" (2) to save your audience.

Once you have saved your contacts to a custom audience, a new dialogue will pop up showing you your saved audiences. From here you can edit the name of the audience (or delete it) (1). 

If you don't change anything, and you wish to create additional audiences, click on "Close" (2) to return to your filters. If you make changes to file names or delete audiences, and wish to create more audiences, click "Save changes" (3).

To upload a saved audience to Google Ads or Facebook, click on the link (4).

The Saved Audience Page

Saved audiences can be accessed at any time by clicking on "Saved Audiences" in the top navigation, (1), or from your home page.

This page shows the details of your saved audience (2) including the date created, the name you gave to the audience, and the size of your list. (List size represents the number of your contact who met the criteria you filtered for in the Dashboard.)

To upload your saved audience to Facebook or Google Ads, click the relevant icon. (3). (If you have not already linked the corresponding account to MeetPAT, you will be prompted to complete the linking process first.) 

Once you click on the icon, (and your account is linked), you'll be given a confirmation dialogue in order to begin the upload.

If the audience has already been uploaded to a platform, the platform icon will be replaced by a green tick.

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