Cockpit & Playbooks
Share your questions and best practices on Cockpit, CTAs, and Playbooks for Gainsight CS here.
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We have an email assist task that's (obviously) connected to a CTA which is (obviously) assigned to a user. I'm trying to make a connection between the task being completed (or, in some cases, marked as completed) and the email actually being sent, open, clicked, etc. When I look at the Email Logs object through reporting I'm just not sure how to make that connection. Appreciate any direction on this!
Hi All - So far this has only happened once that I know of, but I want to understand why so I can hopefully prevent it from happening in the future.Setup is as follows:Rules Engine triggers CTA, which triggers a playbook and its tasks. In the RE rule, I’ve set the CTA owner to be the company CSM (Company ID>CSM>CSM GSID). In the playbook, I’ve set the owner of all tasks to be Company>CSM.Problem context is as follows:Yesterday, a CTA was triggered, kicked off the playbook, and correctly assigned the playbook to the CSM. However, all of the tasks within the playbook were assigned to the Default Owner as designated in the rule.Anyone have ideas on why this might have happened?Thank you!Chae
Hi all, Is there a “best practise” or guidance for how many CTA’s are created by account?Understanding there are lifecycle stages, customer segments and other factors to consider I am wondering if less can be more and or there is a “too many” number that can refocus the CSM to admin and maintenance tasks. ThanksRoss
I have a CSM that can't consistently see the email open data in the playbook tasks. Sometimes the data loads, but usually nothing happens until he exits the task then opens it again. I don't believe this is a permissions issue. He has already cleared his cache and cookies. And I can't replicate anything. Has anyone else run into this issue? What can I do to solve this problem?
I have been cleaning up our CTA Reason Codes. I have moved everything FROM Global to the appropriate CTA Type categories, leaving only "Other" as the sole Global reason code. For some CTA Types, I have designated a specific default reason code. For others, I'm leaving it blank - intentionally because I want to force the CSM to select the appropriate type. Suddenly, though, CTA Types that do NOT have a "Default" Reason Code are defaulting to "Other" (the Global code) when manually creating a CTA. This didn't seem to happen before. Am I missing something?
Do you employ a “Waiting on customer response” status type for CTAs? Is this recommended, or is there another way to organize CTAs that are pending a customer response? Any best practices to be aware of when considering implementing this status type? This is to support CSMs in better cockpit organization.
Hi Friends!We have a weird issue and were not sure if its something in our Org or happening to others…When some CSMs create a CTA (either via Cockpit or R360) the new CTA window loads, but doesn't load all the way. We don’t get any options for CTA types and we cannot go forward with creating the CTA. If you just hit cancel and try it again, you usually get the same issue. To resolve it, you have to refresh your entire browser (ick) We brought this up to Support and they said its a cookies/cache issue and we just need to make sure we clear it regularly. We have done that and still randomly experience this issue. Has anyone else experienced this or is still experiencing this??? Thanks!Andor
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Team,Has anyone experienced an issue with Success Plan Objective Templates, when adding a template and to a success plan we are having to refresh the screen in order to view the objectives/CTA’s that are populated. As you can imagine this is a huge issue for our CSM’s just hoping to get clarity and hoping it is a bug that is being addressed.
Gainsight looks at the standard account field for Co-pilot , CTA's etc. Every Salesforce instance implementation is different and with our current account structure in Salesforce(2 account views) it is challenging to use Co-Pilot , contacts within CTA. This applies to all the functionality which uses contact and account related to the contact.
I manage the Product Risk process here at Gainsight for our Product Management team. I set up and use a special CTA Type called Product Risk to do it. Watch the video to learn how and why CTA Types help in this process. [url=https://vimeo.com/262566188]https://vimeo.com/262566188[/url]
We have a client onboarding CTA; associated playbook has four tasks. I want to be able to report on which of the four tasks during the onboarding process were successful/completed vs. those that were not however, I can't figure out how to 'close successful' only the tasks that were completed without being required to close all tasks when the CTA itself is closed out. Is anyone doing something similar that has a good solution? Thanks! JAM
In Thursday's Gainsight release, we're making important changes to the [b]CTA and Task Due Date and Owner[/b] functionality, which will be visible to users immediately after the release. Please share this [url=https://support.gainsight.com/Product_Documentation/CTAS_Tasks_and_Playbooks/User_Guides/09_Manage_CTA_and_Task_Due_Dates_and_Owners]support article[/url] with your CSMs to help them understand the new options. For Playbook owners, we recommend that when you create new Playbooks, or update existing Playbook tasks using the new due date options, [b]test[/b] the implications of the new configurations. For example, create a test CTA and apply your new or updated Playbook, in order to see how the task dependencies will impact the CSM’s workflow, and then communicate with your CSM team about how the new/updated Playbook works.
Hello Everyone! Wanted to give everyone an update on some recent category changes here in the Community. You might notice that the "Cockpit/Copilot" category is gone. We have opted to separate it into two different categories. You can now find both the "Cockpit" and the "Copilot" categories, this will make it easier to find questions pertaining to one of the two categories as well as answers. As usual if you have any questions please let me know.
(as we a relatively new to Gainsight and just started this year) I'd like to build our customer lifecycle in Gainsight with the different touchpoints and milestones from sales, product build, handoff to customer support to value creation, renewals and churn. similar like the lifecycle chart in this article [url=https://support.gainsight.com/Business_Processes/Operationalize_Customer_Lifecycle/Challenge_A7_We_don't_have_a_way_to_operationalize_or_track_our_customers'_lifecycle]https://support.gainsight.com/Business_Processes/Operationalize_Customer_Lifecycle/Challenge_A7_We_d...[/url] it would be really useful to show customers who recently onboarded and received training so that we can track the effectiveness of training vs usage. Similarly, it would be super-helpful for our training consultant to view which customers are moving through the lifestyle and will be soon in need of training so that they can plan accordingly. Some transitions between stages would be manual w
Looking to refresh your Survey program, or update your customer health scoring model? How about gaining efficiencies in your automated email or tech touch program? We've organized the latest enhancements to help those of you who might want to catch-up, one program at a time. Check out these new "catch-up" articles: [list] [*][url=https://support.gainsight.com/Release_Notes/Recent_Release_Notes_by_Theme/Catch-up_on_Surveys_Enhancements]Survey Enhancements[/url] [*][url=https://support.gainsight.com/Release_Notes/Recent_Release_Notes_by_Theme/Catch-up_on_CoPilot_Enhancements]CoPilot Automated Email Enhancements[/url] [*][url=https://support.gainsight.com/Release_Notes/Recent_Release_Notes_by_Theme/Catch-up_on_Cockpit_Enhancements]Cockpit UI & CTA/Task Configuration Enhancements[/url] [*][url=https://support.gainsight.com/Release_Notes/Recent_Release_Notes_by_Theme/Catch-up_on_Scorecards_Enhancements]Customer Health Scorecards Enhancements[/url] [*][url=https://support.gainsight.com/
Closing CTAs - allowing a space for final summary/resolution for CTAs when closed success/risk/no action
I know there is a Comments section for each CTA, but is there a best practice for where to insert "resolution" notes for when we close a CTA (closed success or risk or no action). The reason is for easy roll up/reporting to the executive level. One way I can think of right now is to encourage CSMs to add into the Comment section the "resolution" notes at the top level of that box... but are there any thoughts to create a separate notes section for this? For example, a CTA for M&A; comments section will have background notes/summary of risk; unable to save account, CTA closed risk; maybe note box pops up and CSM then inputs resolution notes. Ops can then extract report on those separate fields for exec briefing and/or at risk meetings. Thoughts? :)
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