Add a tile which identifies key accounts for marketing use (case studies, potential references, solution champion)
I would like to be able to quickly identify key accounts for content creation based off the questions surrounding "results achieved" from our solution and their importance level.
Account View: Indicates accounts where multiple benefits have been successfully (10-8 rating) achieved. Serves as a starting place for potential references, client interviews, etc (Data example: All 16 of our 10 ratings came from the same 5 accounts)2 votes
Thanks, Jessie! Our roadmap includes plans to support this. We’ll let you know when it is added to a release.
The current Performance tile gives access to average ratings. However, there are times when we need access to the individual ratings. For example, if the customers' average rating is 6.2 is that because all of the ratings were in the 6-7 range or were there one or two low scores that lowered the average. In this case we need to be able to identify the respondents that proved low score in order to determine why.1 vote
This is a planned enhancement, and we’ll let you know when it has been assigned to a release. Thanks!
Filter Outcome Reasons by driver/exclude pricing, etc...1 vote
Thank you for your idea! This is a planned enhancement. We will let you know when it has been included in a release.
I would find it beneficial to have a clip/pin/flag feature where I could collect information from across the platform into single view. I am often looking for specific trends or topics and would love to pull in snapshots of tiles, analyst insights, and respondent answers side-by-side.
Example: I'm building a campaign around a particular benefit of a product. I would like to be able to flag all related customer quotes, analyst insights, and related graphs (form tiles) so I can view them together and not hop around or have multiple tabs. Kind of like a pintrest board for my data.1 vote
Thanks! This is a planned enhancement. We will let you know when it has been included in a release.
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