Data Management & Integrations
Share your questions and best practices on the Gainsight Analyzer, Adoption Explorer, GDM, API, Person model, or anything related to integrations.
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I have MDA table to store usage data. I'm doing some calculations based on this table and when I see a drop in one of the usage elements I want to create a CTA and assign it to the CSM of the account. I did a join between the MDA to the Account object but when joining the tables the CSM field is not a lookup anymore and I can't use it to assign the CTA. Does anyone know a workaround for this problem? Thanks, Aviv.
I am exploring the linkage possible between ZenDesk and Gainsight and I can't find the "Assignee" field in the report creation section of Gainsight. Am I missing something or could the answer be that the Assignee field isn't being synced properly? If the latter is true, how do I go about resolving that issue? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Hi, I created a new MDA table to store product usage data and I want to be able to configure fields as identifiers of the table. I want 'Account ID' and 'Date' to be the identifiers of the table. How can I do that? When creating the table I didn't see an option for that. Also, Data Load Configuration is used to push data to MDA object? If I'm using the Rules Engine in order to store data to my MDA on a daily basis, do I need to use the data load configuration as well? Thanks, Aviv.
We're just configuring our Zendesk-SFDC feed, and It looks like 'ZD-org to SFDC-Account' linking is currently manual, with the help center suggesting auto-linking is a roadmap item. To future proof & be ready for auto-linking, there is a specific field in zendesk where we should be populating the Unique ID we use to match SFDC, platform etc to a Gainsight record?
I raised this issue to support, but figured I'd come to the community as well in case I get a quicker response. I want to enable an MDA table to use joins, but do not seem to have the capability on a particular table. This document [url=https://support.gainsight.com/Product_Documentation/Data_Management_and_Integrations/Managing_Data_In_Gainsight/MDA_Joins]https://support.gainsight.com/Product_Documentation/Data_Management_and_Integrations/Managing_Data_I...[/url] says "Note: Currently, we support creation of lookup relation only on MDA objects for which joins are allowed." But it does not tell me how to enable joins on an MDA table where Allow Joins is set to false. I cannot seem to find this explained anywhere else either. Hopefully I have just overlooked it. See attached image. Support Health Scorecard table shows Joins Allowed = true, but Predictive Health Scorecard shows Joins Allowed = false. Any guidance? [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.ne
I just came across an odd situation. I was loading some data into MDA ([url=https://community.gainsight.com/gainsight/topics/a-date-axis-should-show-all-marks-not-just-those-when-data-exists]creating zeros so the time series charts look right[/url]) and selected "first day of last week" as the date value. When I checked the file, the "first day of last week" according to the rules engine was 2/27/16, which is right because my Time Granularity under Usage Configuration is set so the week starts on Saturday. (Why Saturday? No idea... That's just what we did back when! :-) But when I group the data by week in the MDA report I get the week starting on 2/29/16. It's easy enough to fix in this use case, but it could through some people off so I thought it'd be worth highlighting.
I was eager to try out the calculated field/formula feature in MDA that was just released, but for some reason when I create a Number field on an object in my sandbox, the Calculated Field appears but it is not selectable and I cannot click Create Formula. Anyone else encounter this or just me?
I am trying to reload some usage data for our product into an object located in the [b]Data Management[/b] [b]section[/b] (the data loaded before had errors), and then I am running the aggregation step from the [b]Integration section[/b]. But I have noticed really big differences in the time it takes for the integration to end, although I have a similar number of lines that are aggregated. It can take from several minutes to several hours, and I don't understand why. It's really hindering my work, because I don't know what I can count on.
I think this just changed with the recent update, but in my Zendesk ticket object in C360 the ticket numbers are no longer URL's. Was this done on purpose? It was very helpful to be able to click on a ticket number that automatically opens the ticket in Zendesk so we could we could update the ticket. Can we get this functionality back? Taking the URL away seems like a step in the wrong direction as far as convenience goes.
Does anyone know if the "Load Snapshot to Engagement every month" works retroactively? We have usage info from previous months and are exploring using this Engagement feature soon to track score history. Any idea is it will show us previous months' scores or just the most recent, previous month? Thanks!
I know Data Management is in beta, but does anyone else have this problem? When I click on one of the object names, i.e. Email Logs (which only has a little over 2000 records) I get the "Please wait while we are loading the schema..." message - and nothing ever loads. Ever. It just stays on that spinner indefinitely and doesn't even time out. Until I finally get irritated and kill Chrome. We have not rolled in the January 7th release yes, so still running on the last update. Maybe this issue will go away once we update?
The Matrix Data Architecture Export API returns CSV containing unquoted string values, even when the field delimiter is present in the string values. This is a problem because it makes reliably parsing the returned CSV very difficult, and perhaps impossible in some cases. This just isn't good behavior from the perspective of an Export API user/consumer.
Has anyone successfully integrated Absorb (a Learning Management System) as a data source for Gainsight? We know when we run analytics that users who complete the Certification programs we have built are more engaged and better adopters of our platform. The request is arriving for me to integrate Absorb as a Gainsight data source. Thus, we could spot Opportunities (we're seeing a high number of certified users, so our Sales team should be prepping to sell more seats) or Risks (a customer completely stops enrolling its users in Certification, often a sign of a competitor). Thus far, I've successfully integrated with SegmentIO, but this Absorb request is another beast entirely. Any ideas from the crowd?
There are two places within Gainsight where our roll-up dollar values are showing inconsistently or where it's confusing when you look at the numbers. For instance, in the Customers tab, my total revenue is $252M and yet in the summary tab it is showing as $252,809K. Additionally, in the Customer 360 our AUM (Assets under Management) for our customers which can and often does go in to the billions for Financial services firms, the totals also show as a 'K' rather than either the true number or with a 'B'. Notice that the AUM to the side in the Summary shows the true number where the roll up of AUM in green on screenshot #1 shows the 'K'. I've attached both screen shots here for your review. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/RackMultipart20151001-32355-1k8t1xf-Gainsight_AUM_inline.png[/img][img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/RackMultipart20151001-24495-1rvvwp7-Customer_Tab_AUM_Gainsight_inline.png[/
One leading indicator of customer churn is the loss of a key customer contact. Gainsight's Sponsor Tracking feature allows you to track contacts listed in SFDC and monitor for anychanges to the contact’s title, location or company. Here’s how you can set up Sponsor Tracking in 3 easy steps: [b]Step 1: Enable Sponsor Tracking[/b] [url=https://s3.amazonaws.com/screensteps_live/images/gainsight/304913/1/rendered/fc2a0a01-40ae-4d2a-925e-c2dd9d459293.png][img]https://s3.amazonaws.com/screensteps_live/images/gainsight/304913/1/rendered/fc2a0a01-40ae-4d2a-925e-c2dd9d459293_display.png[/img][/url] [list] [*]Go to Administration [*]CS360 sections [*]Click edit next to “Sponsor Tracking” and ensure the box next to “Show in Customer 360” is checked[/list] This will enable sponsor tracking to show up in your 360 view. [b] [/b] [b]Step 2: Setup Rule to run Sponsor Tracking[/b] [list] [*]Go to Administration [*]Rules [*]Edit the “Standard Sponsor Tracking” Rule. Edit the “Setup Action” tab per
If you and your team have started using Sponsor Tracking, it would be helpful to set up different reports and views to display information about sponsors across customers. This is especially helpful to ensure sponsors are being tracked for each of your customers, identify gaps of sponsors in key accounts and drive action. Follow these simple steps to set up one such report: [b]Step 1:[/b] [url=https://s3.amazonaws.com/screensteps_live/images/gainsight/312469/2/rendered/3441e4ef-1162-4a3c-8aee-ef1a53df7684.png][img]https://s3.amazonaws.com/screensteps_live/images/gainsight/312469/2/rendered/3441e4ef-1162-4a3c-8aee-ef1a53df7684_display.png[/img][/url] Go into “Report Builder” and select “Sponsor Tracking” from the data source. In the “Show me” field include the Contact Name and in the “By” field, include Account Name, CSM Name and other relevant data. [b]Step 2:[/b] Run and save your report. You can also add this report into a [url=https://support.gainsight.com/hc/en-us/
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