I'm making a UX/UI for email service provider software and I'm stuck on how best to do the navigation/controls for this page style:
first, you view your email campaigns
second, you check a box next to the campaign you'd like to take an action on
third, you click "delivery view" to see your email delivery statistics, or "traffic view" to see things like the number of opens and clicks to your campaign, etc
then the user needs to either hit the back button, or use the breadcrumbs, to navigate back to that from whence they came.
this seems bad to me and i can't really articulate why.
sticking buttons on top of a table to navigate to other pages just seems "wrong" and clumsy, and relying on the user to use the back button / breadcrumbs to navigate seems questionable too
what should i do here? i feel like i probably need an entirely fresh approach