360 Company & Relationships
Share your questions and best practices on everything related to the C360, R360, Scorecards, Relationships, and Account Hierachy for Gainsight CS here.
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[img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/Capturadepantalla20190127alas7-b7972b52-5326-4c82-a62b-65c8c58cebae-1002088431.png[/img]I've been searching high and low for this one, but I can't find what it wants me to do. Everything that should be on seems on. Has anyone else gotten the "Contact Administrator to enable Scorecard widget selection in card view" message? Tangentally, I can't seem to get the relationship type that I just created into the options of a relationship scorecard. I feel like there's some deep setting that I'm just missing.
We recently deployed relationships to our CSM's and are very pleased with the more focused view on their customers. The one 'gap' that' we have ran into is the ability to view child account data at the relationship level. We organize our relationships by product and a parent account will often have multiple child accounts under it representing different divisions. They have separate contracts which is why they are on different accounts but when it comes to business reviews, we need are now missing the simplicity of clicking a button to aggregate all accounts together for presenting metrics to the customer. Is it on the roadmap to add this functionality to the relationship level?
I have a CSM Sentiment measure in my scorecard that lives outside of a Measure Group. With the upcoming feature to be able to report on the same Measure Group across multiple scorecards, I am wanting to move my CSM Sentiment measure into a Measure Group but it doesn't appear I am able to do that. I try to drag the measure into the group and it won't drag there. Is this possible to do without damaging the history maintained for that CSM Sentiment measure?
Is there a way for me to add more fields into this section of Scorecards 2.0? There is a field from the account that I would like to pull over. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/ScreenShot20190115at11-02-03AM-eb550ab6-11ce-41d6-978e-9ab94b5f5050-1956718380.png[/img]
Posting on behalf of customer! When pulling from the Scorecard History tables in MDA, it'd be helpful to have a "Latest" or "Most Recent" option when filtering for the Snapshot Date, to ensure that customers are getting the most recent data when pulling the data for rules or building reports!
I have been working with a customer who would like to change the RGB code for Scorecard Lables. You can not change the colors with custom colors since label is a lookup to the scoring scheme definition and colors need to be set from the scorecard. The question is, why can't you change the RGB code through this option? [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/RackMultipart20180620-104523-1ep14x0-Image_2018-06-20_at_9-15-08_AM_inline.png[/img]
Hello Guys, In our GS prod we currently have 3 fields that we would like to have the labels changed. These fields are Text Area(255), they are present on the R360 layout as well as on bionic rules. I'd like to know if it is possible to have the field label changed? If so how? I tried changing the labels on the GS Relationship object that we have in SFDC, but the changes did not propagate to GS. Thank you so much. Regards, Ana Costa
Hi all, Within our Customer 360 we have a free text comments field within the Summary tab. This is only editable via the "Edit Summary" button. We use this field to provide an overview/current situation on the customer. We would like to be able to pull this field into a report. Any ideas?
We are using sponsor tracking to flag when a decision maker or influencer has left the company. I am trying to set up a new scorecard measure to set a score to red if a DM leaves, or green if the DM is still intact. Is there a way I can do this directly using Sponsor tracking reporting? Or is my best bet to use the automated rule that creates a CTA, and to set the scorecard if there is an open CTA for this?
If a Shared 360 link is sent and a sponsor leaves, can we update the link so the old sponsor no longer has access?You can revoke access to the link through the access tracking page in Administration. Start by Navigating to Administration > Sharing > 360 Layouts. On the 360 Layouts page, click Manage Layouts. Hover over the number of Active Users for the Customer(s) you wish to revoke access or delete and the Revoke Access option will display. You can either click the Revoke Access option to remove access for all users for that customer OR you can click on the number of Active Users to individually revoke access. For more information on Share 360 and Revoking Access, see this article.[Note: this info is based on an internal how-to conversation which we thought might benefit others in the Community!]
After doing some digging on G360 and license usage we found there to be a discrepancy from the User object and G360. This in particular is an example of LIcense data being used. The license usage data that is shown in G360 is shared from Salesforce and shows the actual usage number for licenses; however when GS Connect runs it only syncs active users with GS licenses to the User collection (MDA). In some cases we find that when a user who is no longer with a company they are made inactive and that change is not synced to the MDA object because it only syncs active users. Then when building a report on that MDA object the count looks higher based on the MDA data as its not updated.
I want to Provision some internal employees with Viewer Licenses in Gainsight. These people do not work in Customer Success. I want to created a 360 View for them that is different from the view available to CSM's. Currently anyone with Gainsight Access can see all account information in C360. To prevent misinformation, or information overload, I only want to show what we choose to share. Can this be done?
Working with a customer we found that there is an inconsistency in the product. This is working as designed but is very confusing. In my demo I have a dummy account and they have 6 entries but only 4 reporting category types (meeting, call, update, email) When I pull a report on Activity Timeline I get 6 results as expected and they all show, I can also filter for email and get the two results as expected. However, when you have a scorecard mass edit report and try to do the same you get a different result. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/Image%202018-10-25%20at%204-12-32%20PM-28edee48-2a31-46b8-afa1-e1f980f0a3a0-76868929.png[/img]As you can see we are filtering for the "call" reporting category and it shows 3 accounts. Two of those show "email" as the reporting category. I know this is expected per the talks I have had with internal sources because its pulling accounts that HAVE at least one entry with that reporting category. However, this is
When adding the Comments to a Mass Edit report through the Chart Options from the gear icon, my customer would like the ability to change the field description for each measure's comment. Instead of "Comment" they want "[Measure] Comment". They would like this so they can export the file and change the ordering of the columns without getting confused. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/Unable%20to%20Update%20Comment%20Field-403ad3ac-cc52-4fa9-a3f5-a00b42e8dce5-1774049311.png[/img]
Hi All, We are considering shifting from a color-based scorecard to a numbered scale. I am trying to figure out if a measure can be directly linked to another field so the number on the measure equates whatever the field's value is. In our instance, we track usage as a percentage. Say if a customer had 80% usage, we would like the usage measure to show 80 (green). Currently, we are populating this measure through a rule with 3 different buckets defining the green, yellow and red labels. Would really appreciate insight if someone has managed to do this successfully!
Who runs the play to flip a customer on an older product and no chance of increasing ACV? Sales or C
I have an interesting conundrum that I wanted to put out to a wider group. We have a large customer base made up of mid to enterprise level customers that a large portion of which are running older versions of product that are losing their value slowly as the market shifts. To compound the issue, the newer product is not the market leader. We are seeing high churn rates in the old product and having trouble moving customers up to the new product. The bigger issue in this case is who owns the movement of these customers? Is it sales or is it CS? A quick example to illustrate the point: Customer spends $1.5M ACV on us and comes up for renewal. CS drive the initial interest in the new product. The customer comes back and says they are interested only if we swap out the new product for the old at no additional cost. From an incentive perspective in this case, sales has no incentive because there is no growth on the contract which they get paid. They do get comp based on the valu
Does anyone have a workaround for this bug? I am trying to create a record on a custom object by using the Add button on the C360 related list. This is the error I am receiving. I assume the code is looking for a field called AccountId, but since it's a custom object, this field does not exist. Any workaround or thoughts? Here is the error message “No access to field AccountId. Either the field was removed from the entity or access to this field was removed.” [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/AccountId%20Gainsight%20error-9367b797-232b-4ae3-9d70-6d12ba297f71-675870487.png[/img]
Feedback from Jeff Kirkpatrick: With the Scorecard UI Enhancements in this release, the Scorecard Measure names are getting truncated in the C360 view where they were not before: 5.17: [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/Screen%20Shot%202018-11-14%20at%202-06-0b34abae-4852-4969-b74c-ff451ddb1f6f-836089933.png[/img] 5.20: [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/Screen%20Shot%202018-11-14%20at%202-08-f063672a-1d22-43d7-bba9-346cb00bee72-1457169000.png[/img] Both of those are at 100% zoom resolution in Chrome.
How can we track our Products / Services in Gainsight, as a part of C360s and R360s? The only functionality I have been able to find is "Product/Features" which offers a flat list of products that can be marked manually as activated. I would love to be able to see Products/Services mapped to not only C360s and R360s but also users - in Person object and track them interactively same way as we track our customers - link users and their usage to individual products, Zendesk cases raised concerning specific products etc. Dashboard showing where the most revenue/churn/users/usage/issues etc comes from. Maybe even a product-level healthscore? Is there a functionality within your product that supports this? Relationships come to mind though we're already using them for our customer segmentation. If Relationships is the only way to go, can we have different levels of R360s? Thanks in advance! Katerina
I have a suggestion here to enable better transparency for gainsight users with regard to the gainsight 360. This is an important part of the product in order ti determine adoption, reallocate seats, communicate usage to management,etc. After starting an effort at my company to communicate GainSight usage data to managers, I later found out that the GainSight 360 (after 2-3 weeks) data was completely incorrect, which caused issues internally. I later then found out after much back and forth with gainsight that this is because the GainSight360 doesn't capture user data for those users that use ad blockers. A strong suggestion would be to make this a prominent bit of communication on the GainSight360. I also don't see this mentioned anywhere in gainsight support article on the GainSight 360: https://support.gainsight.com/View_More_Categories/Team_View/User_Guides/View_Gainsight_360 If it were could have saved us a lot of time and effort.
We're using Success Plans to track the first 30 or 60 days of Intensive Onboarding Support for our clients (depending on which package they've chosen). Our Adoption Specialist wants to see a view that shows each client and the status of each of the onboarding calls (individual tasks within the objectives): [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/Onboarding-a3520d78-9d89-4e5d-9dbb-027e6aeaebd9-1326514606.jpg[/img] Column A is the name of the Account, Columns B-J are the name of each Task, Columns K - S are other Account Level Attributes. How can I recreate this report in Gainsight so that the CSM doesn't need to manually create it in Excel?
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