Therefore, it is not possible to determine in a list or workflow whether someone came from social or a paid campaign (when those parameters are defined as the "utm_source" for specific URLs). This would be a very valuable insight that can be used in what/if scenarios in workflows. For instance, in order to assign contact A (coming from social) to track X in the workflow and contact B (coming from a paid campaign) to track Y in the same workflow.
It would be even nicer if the UTM parameter(s) could be extracted from a short "hubs.ly" URL. That way, the URLs used in for instance social posts stay clean, trackable AND become usable in workflows/lists.
Or does anyone on here have a workaround that I am not aware of (i.e. something other than using the page view filter)?
Thank you for your patience and energy into making this idea stand out! I'm happy to announce that the ability to filter Page Views using UTM parameters in Lists is now available! This update will be available in workflows soon, but in the meantime you can create a list and use that inside any workflow as a workaround.