Cockpit & Playbooks
Share your questions and best practices on Cockpit, CTAs, and Playbooks for Gainsight CS here.
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Hi, We collect monthly data related to our customers thru our CSMs. It would be great if in the custom CTAs would could have the option of pre-filling the fields with the current value of that specific field. The CSMs will then be able just to update the values without starting all the time from scratch. Thanks.
The support team has confirmed that when you add a date field as a token to the CTA comments via the rules engine, the date format will always be YYYY-DD-MM regardless of how the field is formatted. It would be great if we could designate the date format similar to formatting tokens in CoPilot.
Currently you are able to select a future date for a rule to run, however the CTA due date goes off of the current date even if you select run date in the future. It would be nice to be able to see the Due date for the run date of the rule when in the future. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/Image%202018-11-08%20at%205-52-47%20PM-e8b83a66-c7f1-4790-ad32-9096a5f5d7d1-1054552356.png[/img] [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/Image%202018-11-08%20at%205-55-25%20PM-32754691-e0a8-4c6f-abe6-ac4bb03b95b4-2021150881.png[/img] [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/Image%202018-11-08%20at%205-57-39%20PM-2a36cf36-4774-44d9-a97a-9af3537e3f64-451266722.png[/img]
Hi! I am trying to trigger a CTA for what we deem as an "Inactive" client which is based on usage date of our platform. I am not sure what would work best, creating new MDA where I can add some calculated fields or trying to calculate the data in a Bionic Rule using the Transformation task. We have a field in the MDA labled "UsageEvent". This field contains each unique usage event performed by a user of our platform. The usage comes with the UserName and a SessionID (and some other data). The tracking description is populated in that field via an S3 connector with our dev team. I am trying to trigger a CTA based on at least 1/2 of the licensed users on the account having a count of usage events < x amount. So if the account meets the criteria, to trigger a CTA for the CSM to alert them of a potentially risky client. I am not that well versed using the Transformation task and have been struggling trying to create this calculation. Is this possible? Or, how would you attack this pr
In our company we have accounts with allocated CSMs and AMs. For some of my CTAs I have tasks owned by the AM. I have completed all my tasks in the CTA but the AM still has at least one outstanding. Am I able to set it so that my Cockpit only shows CTAs with outstanding tasks in my name. Adoption rates with the AMs is low so my cockpit is filling up with overdue CTA/Tasks that need no action by me.
Can you have multiple CTA's with the same 'reason' and 'type' in an active state on a single account?
We have multiple CTA's that fire for the same 'reason' and 'type. However, they are triggered off of different data. If multiple criteria are met (for example, an account has a "missed due date" and a "case 21+ days" we would like both to show up on the account as separate CTA's. Is that possible?
Can i use the Rules Engine Action Type: Load to SFDC Object to upsert records in the "Call to Action
We have been trying to update a number of CTAs from an existing CTA type to a new one. The approach was through the Rules Engine, Action Type: Load to SFDC Object. The problem we encountered was that, although we have access to 'Call to Action" object in SFDC, we were unable to find the "Call to Action" object to grant permission in the "Permissions - Rules Load Actions" functionality.
In the Playbook Editor, when you save a task with the date set as "CTA Due Date - 0", then re-open it, the numerical value for 0 is gone and needs to be re-entered each time. Makes it a headache to go through and edit multiple playbook tasks in a row. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/RackMultipart20160822-38937-f1e2im-gsplaybookerror1_inline.png[/img]
I can't figure out how to make the cockpit accommodate the short tasks that come up each day. Our CSMs are in the habit of creating tasks for themselves in SFDC. I'd like them to be able to create tasks for themselves in Gainsight, but CTAs make it super inefficient. For example, if they want to remember to check if a purchase order came in on a certain day, they will need to create a CTA, and then create a task in that CTA. This is time I'd rather have them spend supporting customers.
Formatting in a CTA description field consistently gives me issues with formatting. I open a new CTA - go to the description field - attempt to add text and it doesn't allow me the opportunity to type...at all...I have no idea why. I close the CTA and go back in - same experience. It doesn't allow me to copy and paste text in either. This happens randomly and I don't understand what causes it. I can show you firsthand and also have a screenshot of what it looks like when I FINALLY can add text - you can see it cuts it off. Frustrating :( [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/RackMultipart20170227-45201-1tsbcg0-CTA_Issues_inline.png[/img]
Currently, the ability to set CTA as recurring is limited to event/lifecycle CTAs. Many Gainsight customers use custom CTA types, and would like the ability to create other types of recurring CTAs (for example, Activity is often used for internal activities) Can you add the option to enable other CTAs to be recurring? This should be a setting set by the admin
Question for the community. When do you feel ok with closing out a CTA when the client is non-responsive? Is there a set amount of attempts? Also, what is the timeframe you put on on-boarding CTA's to be complete? 3 days, 4 days, 10 days?
I have been speaking with a customer who would like the option to hide the "Upcoming" section in cockpit. CSMs work through their CTAs and would like to see nothing in their view at the end of the day. I know it is possible to collapse the section but do we ever see us being able to hide that section all together?
Hi, I was looking through documentation on adding chatter to CTAs and found this helpful resource ([url=https://support.gainsight.com/Product_Documentation/Data_Management_and_Integrations/Technology_Partner_Integrations/Chatter_Integration_Overview]https://support.gainsight.com/Product_Documentation/Data_Management_and_Integrations/Technology_Part...[/url]) but couldn't find anything on enabling chatter for Relationships. All of our customers have relationships associated with them, and we don't use any Customer CTAs. Has anyone configured this successfully? Thanks!
I have created a CTA for a QBR which is based on a Playbook containing multiple Tasks. In this instance I wanted to add a couple of additional tasks to the CTA outside the normal Playbook scope. I have done this but regardless of the order I sort the tasks in (date), the Tasks I have manually created appear at the bottom of the Task list. I want them to sit in date order so that they arent missed.
As the title says, CTA's success plan CTA's unfortunately don't show up underneath the cockpit tab in the C360. Here's a [url=https://cl.ly/3bb1edde2b58/Screen%252520Recording%2525202018-09-17%252520at%25252001.18%252520PM.mov]short video[/url]. It might be cool to have them appear there as well.
In my cockpit view I see a huge list of CTAs which are grouped on Clients names. +Client A [list] [*]CTA 1 [*]CTA 2 [*]CTA 3[/list]+Client B [list] [*]CTA 1 [*]CTA 2 [*]CTA 3[/list]Can I quickly expand/collapse these CTA groups so that I can focus on the the client I am working on? Thanks.
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