When I initially setup a playbook, I created a series of tasks within it. The tasks are sequences of events that a CSM might do to verify early engagement/adoption. Eventually, I’d like to have our scorecard data be more robust to tell the adoption story, but for current time, I need the team to look across systems to review this. Currently I have a Welcome Playbook that has three tasks.
- Send Welcome Email
- Review Usage - Day 7
- Review Usage - Day 21
As you can imagine, one happens right away, the others in the weeks that follow. The issue that I’m having is that the ordering in the cockpit is being driven on the playbook completion date, rather than the next task’s due date. From what I can tell, this is not adjustable. Which leads to my question - how are you all using tasks in a playbook, if the CSMs aren’t seeing “today’s tasks” as the top of their Cockpit? Or - has anyone solved for the cockpit sorting issue?
Best answer by aditya_marlaView original
@justin_neel , thanks a lot for posting on community. You can choose the order in which tasks should display within a CTA (either in the order in which they were created in the playbook or be ordered by Due Date). Would that help you? Or are you looking for a way to show what task is due next week (even if the CTA might be due at a later point in time?)
Got it. There is no straight forward way to do that today. Do the due dates of the CTA’s and tasks vary a lot? (Or are they generally within the same week?). Would the approach of having a report which shows the task due in a week work in your case?