Search Filters Overview

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Dustin Nathaniel Keys
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Overview

Filters are powerful parameters that allow you to include or exclude specific data when you search for people or companies in Apollo. Use filters to narrow down your search, create prospect lists, and find and engage with the right contacts at the right time.

Check out the following sections to apply filters when prospecting in Apollo and learn more about how and why to use each one.

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Use Filters in a Search

To use filters in a search:

  1. Launch Apollo and click Search > People or Companies.
  2. Click Show Filters > More Filters.

The Show Filters button is highlighted

  1. Select a filter and configure the settings to search for the people or companies most likely to benefit from your outreach. You can search by job title, location, company size, and more.

An example job titles filter is set to travel agent

Follow the Filters

Want to learn more about a particular filter? Check out the filter glossary to dive deeper into what each filter does.

  1. As you add and edit filters, Apollo updates your search results.

An example set of filters is set to travel agents in Europe and Apollo shows matching people in the search results

  1. You can save a search for quick access and share it with teammates.

The Save search button is highlighted at the bottom of the filters

When you've applied search filters to find the contacts you're looking for, you can enroll them in a sequence, export them to a CSV, or save them to a list.

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Filter Glossary

You can use the following search filters in Apollo. Click a filter to learn more about how and when to use it in your search.

Most Popular Filters

People and Company Filters

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

# of employees

Target your market segment

The number of employees filter helps you narrow your search by company headcount. Use this filter to find the contacts and accounts that fit your ideal market segment, whether in small, medium, or large businesses.

To use this filter:

  1. Click # of employees > then select from the predefined ranges, set a custom range, or search for companies where the headcount is unknown.
  2. Apollo updates your search results with the company sizes you specified.

An example number of employees filter is selected

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# of employees by department

Tailor your search to the ideal department size

​​The number of employees by department filter helps you find contacts and companies by the number of people working in specific departments. Use this filter to target your outreach to companies with the department sizes that are most likely to benefit from your product or service.

This filter shows anyone working at companies with the department sizes you select.

To use this filter:

  1. Click + Add new department and begin typing the department name. Then, select a department from the results. You can apply multiple departments to your search.
  2. Next, enter a minimum or maximum number of employees, or create a range.
  3. Apollo updates your search results with the company sizes you specified.

An example number of employees by department filter is selected for DevOps for 10 to 50 employees

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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Buying intent

Search for who's buying

Buying intent gives you timely insights into the online intent-to-buy behaviors of your ideal companies. The buying intent filter allows you to filter by buying intent scores and intent topics. Use this filter to target audiences who are actively researching specific topics related to your product or service online.

Apollo calculates buying intent based on how recently and how often companies demonstrate buying intent when searching online resources for the intent topics you choose. Companies with higher buyer intent scores may be more likely to buy related products or services.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Buying intent, and select one or more intent scores.
  2. Click one or more intent topics.
  3. Apollo updates your search results with the buying filters you selected.

The Buying Intent filter is shown with an example intent topic set to B2B marketing and the intent score set to High

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more buying intent topics than others. To prospect with additional buying intent topics, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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Company

Target a specific buyer

The company filter allows you to search by company names. Use this filter to find or exclude specific companies on your prospecting list. You can filter by multiple companies to target a wider audience.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Company, and begin typing the company name.
  2. Select the company from the results.
    • Check Is not any of to search employees not associated with the company or companies.
    • Check Include past company to include prior employees.
    • Click Is known to filter for contacts whose company is known.
    • Click Is unknown to filter for contacts whose company is unknown.
  1. Click Include / exclude list of companies to include or exclude companies by website addresses.
  2. Apollo updates your search results with the company data you selected.

The Company filter is set to an example search for Apollo.io

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Email status

Increase your chance of engagement

The email status filter narrows your search by a person's email status in Apollo. Use this filter to target the right contacts in your outreach and maintain a healthy deliverability rate.

Email statuses refer to the likelihood of a contact's email address being active, valid, and verified. Apollo displays five default email statuses: likely to engage, verified, unverified, update required, and unavailable. The update required status is only available on saved contacts. You can filter for one or multiple email statuses to find the contacts most likely to respond to your outreach.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Email status, and select one or more email statuses.
  2. Or click Advanced > Show only user managed to only search for contacts that you or your team uploaded via CRM or CSV or that you manually edited in Apollo.
  3. Apollo updates your search results with the email statuses you selected.

An example Email Status filter is set to show only likely to engage email statuses

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Industry & keywords

Tailor your search by trade

The industry & keywords filter lets you focus your search by specific industries and keywords. Use this filter to find contacts in trades that match your ideal customer profile. Check out the full list of supported industries and trades. You can select multiple options.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Industry & keywords and begin typing an industry name. Then, select the industry from the results. You can filter by multiple industries.
    • Click Advanced Settings > Is not any of to exclude specific industries.
    • Click Advanced Settings > Is known to include results where a company's industry is known.
    • Click Advanced Settings > Is unknown to include results where a company's industry is unknown.
  1. Or click Company keywords to filter by specific keywords, then click Advanced Settings to choose the type of keywords to filter by: company name, social media tags, social media description, or SEO description.
  2. Apollo updates your search results with the industries and keywords you selected.

An example industry filter is set to Animation

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Job postings

Find the fastest growing companies

The job postings filter allows you to filter by companies currently hiring for open jobs. Use this filter to find companies that are growing and expanding. You can filter by specific job titles, job locations, or both, as well as other job posting details.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Job postings and begin typing a job title to select it from the list. You can enter one or more options.
    • Under Job located at, begin typing a job location and select it from the list to filter by location. You can select one or more options.
  1. Or click Job posting date & range and select a minimum or maximum number of days since the job was first posted, or create a range.
    • Under Job posted at, select a from or to date, or create a range.
  2. Apollo updates your search results with the job posts you selected.

An example job postings filter is set to show product marketing managers in Denver, Colorado, USA

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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Job titles

Find your ideal customers by their profession

The job titles filter allows you to search for contacts by their job titles. Use this filter to target contacts in the roles that best match your ideal customer profile.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Job titles, and begin typing a position. Then, select the title from the results.
    • Check Is not any of to exclude specific job titles.
    • Check Include past job titles to include contacts that previously held the job title.

An example job titles filter is set to travel agent

  1. Or click Boolean search to use Boolean operators like AND, OR, and NOT to target exact results.

An example Boolean search is set to show managers NOT product managers

  1. Click Is known to filter for contacts whose job title is known.
  2. Click Is unknown to filter for contacts whose job title is unknown.
  3. Click Management level to filter by levels like founder, manager, or intern.
  4. Click Departments & job function to filter by specific departments.
  5. Apollo updates your search results with the job title filters you selected.

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Lists

Search for the contacts on your list

The lists filter allows you to filter by the lists you've created in Apollo. Lists enable you to consolidate contacts or companies in a common resource so you can easily find them in a search, use them in an Apollo sequence, or export them for use in third-party platforms.

Use this filter to search for contacts or companies you've already identified in your saved lists.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Lists > People or Companies.
  2. Use the dropdown to select one or more lists.
  3. Or click Advanced Settings to include all or exclude lists.
  4. Apollo updates your search with the contacts from the lists you selected.

An example lists filter is set to trade leads

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Location

Prospect by region or territory

The location filter enables you to focus your search on specific geographies. Use this filter to prospect in your ideal location or to avoid searching in a specific territory.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Location > then select the Contact tab to search by an individual's location or the Account tab to search by a business location.
    • Begin typing a city, state, country, or zip code. Hover over the result in the list, and click to Include or Exclude the area. You can make multiple selections.
  1. Or click Select Zip Code Radius to filter by a radius around a specific zip code.
  2. Apollo updates your search results with the location filters you selected.

The Location filter is selected and set to include all of the San Francisco Bay area

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Name

Target a specific prospect

The name filter lets you filter by people's names. You can filter by first or last name, or both. You can filter one name at a time.

Use this filter to find a specific contact quickly. If you're looking for a saved contact, click the Saved tab.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Name > then enter a person's name.
  2. Apollo updates your search results with the name you selected.

An example name search is set to Tim Zheng

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Owner

Find people and companies you manage

The owner filter allows you to find people and companies by account owners. Use this filter to easily find contacts and accounts owned by you or teammates.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Owner > Contact or Accounts.
  2. Select one or more account owners from the dropdown.
  3. Or click Not owned by to exclude results from specific account owners.
  4. Apollo updates your search results with the owner filters you selected.

An example owner filter is set to the Commercial team account owner

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Persona

Refine your search with ideal customer profiles

The persona filter allows you to filter by personas. Personas are sets of custom filters comprised of titles, departments, and attributes that define different groups of people that you can target in a search.

Use this filter to find and identify the types of people most likely to buy your product or service.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Persona > then check one or more personas.
    • Click Manage personas to edit existing personas.
  2. Or click + Persona to create a new persona.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the personas you selected.

An example persona filter is set to Marketing Director

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Playbook

Find the companies you're engaged with

The playbook filter allows you to view companies in playbooks. Similar to sequences for people and contacts, playbooks are engagement tools used to group company accounts through an ordered series of steps that must be completed during an engagement process.

Use this filter to find companies already assigned to certain playbooks.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Playbook > then select one or more playbooks from the dropdown.
  2. Or click Show advanced > then select to exclude companies from one or more playbooks.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the playbook filters you selected.

An example playbook filter is set to Playbook #2

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Scores

Scan for the highest scoring leads

The scores filter allows you to filter people or companies by scores. Scores are custom rubrics created by you and your team to automatically rank potential contacts and accounts based on the demographics and behaviors that are most important to you.

Use this filter to pinpoint the people and companies with the highest lead scores. You can filter by excellent, good, fair, or not a fit scores.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Scores > then select a score.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the score you selected.

An example score filter is shown set to Excellent

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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Sequence

Find the people you're engaged with

The sequence filter allows you find people or companies associated with specific sequences. Sequences are outreach campaigns for people and contacts, with customizable touchpoints and tasks.

Use this filter to view people already assigned to certain sequences.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Sequences > then select one or more sequences from the dropdown.
    • Click the options to include contacts in the selected sequences.
    • Or click Show Advanced to exclude contacts from selected sequences.
  2. Apollo updates your search results with the sequence filters you selected.

An example sequence is shown set to VIP cold call leads

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Signals

Find leads based on existing signals

The signals filter allows you to search for people or companies by signals. Signals are sets of custom demographic and behavioral filters that enable you to find prospects with consistent, repeatable criteria.

Use this filter to find leads associated with your team's existing signals.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Signals > All, People, or Companies.
  2. Check one or more signals.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the signal filters you selected.

An example signals filter is shown set to Youtube

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Stage

Find leads in the right stage for outreach

The stage filter allows you to find people or companies by stage. Stages associate a progress tag with each account or contact for quick insights into your marketing or sales pipeline.

Use this filter to find leads in the right stage for engagement.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Stage > Contact or Account.
  2. Check each stage you want to include or exclude.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the stage filters you selected.

An example stage filter is set to interested

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Territories

Find the leads in your district

The territories filter allows you to find people and companies by territories. Territories are geographies and sets of filter that restrict which contacts and accounts each person on your team can prospect.

Use this filter to find the leads in your assigned territories.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Territories > then select a territory from the dropdown.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the territory you selected.
An example territory filter is set to EMEA companies
It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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Account or contact created date

Find accounts and contacts by creation date

The account and contact created date filters let you search for people and companies by the date the accounts were created in Apollo. Use this filter to find contacts and accounts by a specific quarter or date.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Account created date or Contact created date > then select a date or set a range.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the creation date filter you selected.

An example account created date filter is set to Q1 of 2024

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Account or contact CSV import

Find imported leads

The account and contact CSV import filters allow you to find specific people and companies by CSV import. Use this filter to find specific leads that you imported.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Account CSV import or Contact CSV import > then check one or more CSV import file names.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the imports you selected.

An example account CSV import filter is set to List of companies for 1st question

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Account or contact custom fields

Find contacts by custom criteria

The account and contact custom fields filters allow you to search by custom fields. Custom account or contact fields include research or other informaton unique to your organization.

Use this filter to find leads by custom criteria.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Account custom fields or Contact custom fields > then select a custom field.
  2. Select a value to filter by.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the values selected for the custom field.

An example account custom field is set to account add-ons with the value of API access

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Account engagement

Find accounts who need engagement

The account engagement filter allows you to search for companies by last contacted date. Use this filter to find accounts who you're already engaged with, or to find ones who have fallen out of outreach.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Account engagement > then enter a date or create a range.
  2. Or select a minimum number of engagements.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the engagement filters you selected.

An example account engagement filter is set to last contacted Q1 of 2024

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Account or contact Salesforce view

Search by Salesforce filters

The account or contact Salesforce view filter allows you to search by preconfigured Salesforce filters. This filter can't be used at the same time as other Apollo filters.

Use this filter to narrow your search by parameters from Salesforce.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Account Salesforce view or Contact Salesforce view > then select a filter from the dropdown.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the Salesforce view you selected.

An example account salesforce view filter is set to new last week

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Contact data request

Filter for contacts whose data you requested

The contact data request filter allows you to filter people by data request. A data request refers to contact information that you can purchase with email or mobile credits in Apollo.

Use this filter to find contacts whose data you already requested.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Contact data request > then select one or more data requests.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the requests you selected.

An example contact data request filter is shown

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Conversation recording

Find people you talked to

The conversation recording filter allows you to find people present in conversation recordings. Use this filter to find contacts present in any recordings, present in a minimum number of recordings, or to find contacts with a recorded conversation on a specific date.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Conversation recording > then select yes or no for present in any recordings.
  2. Set a minimum number of present for recorded conversations, or select a date when a conversation was recorded.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the conversation filters you selected.

An example recorded conversation filter is set

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Conversation tracker keywords

Search for contacts with promising conversations

The conversation tracker keywords filter allows you to filter for people who exhibited keywords during recorded conversations. Use this filter to find leads with whom you had the most impactful conversations.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Conversation tracker keywords > then use the dropdown to select a keyword or add a new one.
    • Check Include all keywords to find contacts that match all selected keywords, or check Exclude keywords to exclude contacts who used the selected keywords.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the keywords selected.

An example conversation keyword filter is set to better options

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Date refreshed in Apollo

Find leads with the most up-to-date data

The date refreshed in Apollo filter allows you to find people and companies by the date their data was refreshed in Apollo. Use this filter to find people and companies who have the most updated data.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Date refreshed in Apollo > then select a date or create a range.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the dates you selected.

An example date refreshed filter is set to Q1 of 2024

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Email auto responder

Filter by OOO and other auto-responses

The email auto responder filter allows you to search for people who auto-responded to emails sent in Apollo. Use this filter to find people for whom it's worth following up with.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Email auto responder > then select Yes or No.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the email filters you selected.

An example email auto responder filter is set to yes

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Email bounced

Find contacts whose emails are bouncing

The email bounced filter allows you to search for people who were sent emails in Apollo but didn’t receive them due to an email bounce. Use this filter to find people who you're having trouble reaching or to exclude them from future outreach.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Email bounced > then select Yes or No.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the email filters you selected.

An example email bounced filter is set to yes

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Email clicked

Search for the most engaged leads

The email clicked filter allows you to search for people who clicked emails sent in Apollo. Use this filter to find people who are engaging with your outreach.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Email clicked > then select Yes or No.
    • Enter a minimum amount of clicks.
    • Enter the date an email was last clicked, or create a range.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the email filters you selected.

An example email clicked filter is set to yes

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Email meeting set

Find people who want to meet

The email meeting set filter allows you to search for people who were sent emails sent in Apollo that led to a meeting booked. Use this filter to find people who booked meetings based on your email outreach.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Email meeting set > then select Yes or No.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the email filters you selected.

An example meeting set filter is set to yes

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Email opened

Search for contacts engaging with your outreach

The email opened filter allows you to search for people who were sent emails in Apollo and opened them. Use this filter to find people who open your emails.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Email clicked > then select Yes or No.
    • Enter a minimum amount of email opens.
    • Enter the date an email was last opened, or create a range.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the email filters you selected.

An example email opened filter is set to yes

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Email replied

Find the leads replying to your messages

The email replied filter allows you to search for people who were sent emails in Apollo and replied to them. Use this filter to find people who reply to your emails.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Email replied > then select Yes or No.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the email filters you selected.

An example email replied filter is set to yes

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Email sent

Filter for people you've already reached out to

The email sent filter allows you to search for people who were sent an email in Apollo. Use this filter to find people who you've reached out to recently.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Email sent > then select Yes or No.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the email filters you selected.

An example email sent filter is set to yes

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Email spamblocked

Find contacts who are spamblocked

The email spamblocked filter allows you to search for people who were sent emails in Apollo, but the emails went to spam. Use this filter to isolate contacts whose inbox you can't reach.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Email spam block > then select Yes or No.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the email filters you selected.

An example email spamblocked filter is set to yes

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Email unsubscribed

Exclude the unsubscribers

The email unsubscribed filter allows you to filter by people who unsubscribed to emails sent in Apollo. Use this filter to exclude people from lists or outreach who have already unsubscribed from your correspondence.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Email unsubscribed > then select Yes or No.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the email filters you selected.

An example email unsubscribed filter is set to yes

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Founded year

Find startups and scaleups

The founded year filter allows you to filter by a company's founded year. Use this filter to find startups or more established corporations.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Founded year > then enter a year or create a range.
  2. Or check Include companies with unknown founding date.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the founding years you selected.

An example founded year filter is set to 2009 - 2024

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Funding

Find companies with cash

The funding filter allows you to find companies by funding rounds. You can search by seed, angel, venture funding, and more.

Use this filter to find leads that are growing and have budget for your product or service.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Funding > then select a funding source.
  2. Or click to set a funding minimum, maximum, or create a range.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the funding filters you selected.

An example funding filter is set to seed funding

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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Languages

Find the people who speak your language

The languages filter allows you to filter by the languages supported on a company's website. Use this filter to find contacts receptive to your product or service language or to multilingual products and services.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Languages > then select one or more languages.
  2. Or click the minimum number of languages for the company's website to support.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the languages you selected.

An example languages filter is set to English, Spanish

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Last activity

Find leads who have slipped through the cracks

The last activity filter allows you to filter by an account or contact's last activity in Apollo. Use this filter to hone in on contacts or accounts that need attention.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Last activity > then enter a date or create a range.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the last activity filters you selected.

An example last activity date is set to Q1 2024

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News

Search for growing companies

The news filter allows you to filter by news about a person or company. Use this filter to find people or companies associated with news around specific topics like expansion.

To use this filter:

  1. Click News > then select one or more topics.
  2. Select a date or create a range.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the news filters you selected.

An example news filter is set to expansion over the last 7 days

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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Parent accounts

Detangle conglomerates

The parent accounts filter let you filter by parent accounts. Parent accounts help keep your saved accounts organized if an account has different subsidiaries or undergoes an acquisition. You can include or exclude parent accounts with this filter.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Parent accounts > then select parent accounts to include or exclude.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the account filters you selected.

An example parent account is set to Apollo

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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Phone status confidence

Find the best contacts to reach by phone

The phone status confidence filter allows you to search for contacts with a phone number, and to filter by status. Use this filter to find the contacts with working phone numbers, and the people most likely to answer your call.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Phone status confidence > and select Yes or No to filter by contacts with a phone number.
  • Check to include phone number types, or select a phone number status like valid or invalid.

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Retail locations

Find the right retail footprint

The retail locations filter allows you to filter by the number of retail locations a company has. Use this filter to find the right retail footprints for your product or service.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Retail locations > then enter a minimum, maximum, or create a range.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the location filters you selected.

An example retail locations filter is set to 2 to 6

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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Revenue

Search for higher revenues

The revenue filter allows you to search for leads by company revenue. Use this filter to find the leads with larger budgets.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Revenue > then enter a range, or select is known or is unknown.
  2. Check to filter by public or private companies.
  3. Apollo updates your search results based on the revenue filters you selected.

An example revenue filter is set to 500k to 1m

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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Source

Find manually created leads

The source filter allows you to filter by a person or company's source. Use this filter to find people or companies manually created, imported from your CRM or CSV, or from other sources.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Source > then select one or more sources from the list.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the sources you selected.

An example source filter is set to manually created

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Synced to CRM

Find leads associated with your CRM

The synced to CRM filters allows you to filter by people or companies synced to Hubspot, Salesforce, or other CRMs. Use this filter to find leads associated with your CRM.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Synced to Hubspot / Salesforce > then select Yes or No.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the CRM filters you selected.

An example synced to CRM filter is set to Yes

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Technologies

Find leads using tech

The technologies filter allows you to find leads by the type of technologies being employed at their company. Apollo supports filtering by 1500+ technologies. Check out the full list of supported technologies in a .csv file with Apollo API.

Use this filter to hone in on people using competitor technology or technology related to the product or service you provide.

To use this filter:

  1. Click Technologies > then select one or more technologies.
  2. Apollo updates your search results based on the technologies you selected.

An example technologies filter is set to Apache

It's in the Plan

Some Apollo plans include more filters than others. To access advanced filters, upgrade your plan. If you have questions about upgrading, reach out to the Apollo sales team.

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