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  Article updated: April 19, 2024

View and filter your queues

View, filter, and sort all messages to see just what is important to you in the conversation queue. You can also view the number of new and pending conversations.

Audience: Inbox 2.0 agents

Filter your conversation view

To narrow the types of conversations that appear in your queue, go to Inbox 2.0 , and then select Filters at the top of the queue.

Filters button that opens the filter options.

You can filter on any of the following:

  • Assigned to - Conversations assigned to one or more selected agents, those that aren't assigned to an agent (you'll still see those assigned to a team), and those assigned to you.
  • Channels - Conversations that took place on specific channels.
    Tip: If you want to quickly filter conversations by channel, select Channels at the top of the page. You'll see all your channels, each with the number of new and pending conversations. Select the channels you want to see conversations for in your view.
  • Conversation types - All, public, or private posts. This can help identify customer service conversations.
  • Post types - All, organic, or paid posts. These filters only apply to the last message in a conversation.
    • Filter by organic to find public replies and comments on your organic posts. This is helpful when filtering Facebook and Instagram conversations.
    • Filter by paid to find public replies and comments on your ads, including on Instagram dark posts.
  • Teams - Any team or teams that you belong to.

Enterprise members can also filter on the following:

  • Topics - Conversations with specific topics applied.
  • Contact groups - Contacts labeled as part of a specific group.

Want to save your filtered inbox and access it later? See Create a saved inbox.

Change the sort order of the queue

You can sort the queue by selecting the three dots and then selecting Newest first or Oldest first.

Changing the sort order of the queue.

Inbox 2.0 sorts conversations using both the time a conversation moved to the New queue and prioritization rules.


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