Product Experience Best Practices
Share all ideas and best practices related to the Product Experience function
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From the PLG report“In terms of both investment and implementation, an overwhelming majority of companies are committed to PLG. It’s clear companies understand that in order to reach their revenue goals, the focus must be on ways to use the product to improve the customer experience.”- Gainsight PX Founder and CTO, @mickey AlonHear him spell out some of the highlights, here Download the report hereand let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Gainsight engagements are catching on like wildfire at our company. Between feature notifications, maintenance announcements and surveys, we have the potential of overwhelming our users with too many engagements. I’m curious what other Community members have found as a best practice for the min and max numbers they set in their throttling settings. I appreciate any insights you want to share!
I see the currently new implementation of Customer Goals in the C360 as a container while the bulk of the goals are shown in the CTAs and Success Plans. This seems obvious yet I’m looking for the benefit of these opposed to having a custom goal oriented success plan. Some questions I have are:Can Customer Goals be shared externally similar to Success Plans? Can we report on customer goals with related SPs and CTAs apart from the C360 view? Are custom fields suggested to receive the most value from this new module?I’m curious if anyone has implemented Customer Goals in their Org and, if so, how is it going?
Hello everyone.I wanted to ask if anyone can share their best practice how would you identify whether a job requires only Rules Engine, or Rules Engine mixed with Data Designer?For example, I need to set score for a new measure “NPS Response Rate”. I could fetch the needed data and use a formula field and do it all within the rules engine itself. Or I could first do the fetching and calculating in data designer, then save this data as a new object that would hold a “Response Rate” field, and then reference that field in the Rules Engine.What should be kept in mind when deciding the preferred method? (Outside of possible feature limitations between these two methods I may not be aware of yet as a new admin).For example, if I use the data designer, then this response rate could be referenced later on in any report, while if all calculations are done in rules engine, this data will not be reachable by reports, unless loaded to an existing object anyways. Is that a correct assumption?This
Hello!Trying something new with a short Gainsight admin video. It is a bit of fun. Hopefully, you find it informative. Please share your feedback.I don't think I'm ready for TikTok just yet, but with more practice, who knows 😄I'll get us started with Data Designer because I rarely use Data Designer. And I noticed the feature wasn't particularly prevalent in the Gainsight admin certification.Two questions:Do you default to Data Designer?What do you like to use Data Designer for especially?
In the C360 Customer Goals tab, the user is seeing two of the same goal after adding. This is confusing to some of our end users. There is nothing in the documentation on this being a field that shows all of the recently added goals until you hit dismiss or refresh the page. Is there a way to not show this field or to update the documentation to reflect the actions needed to clear out the orange bar, or to disable it.
Are we able to pull data on template usage by Playbook and see which CSM's used what templates during specific months
Are we able to pull data on template usage by Playbook and see which CSM's used what templates during specific months.My team has requested the template usage data per Playbook like the Success Plan view which are available and viewable within the dashboard.My question is: Is there something similar to viewing the Playbook template data in Gainsight?
How to include a list of customers with same email address but purchased different products in a journey, that can be sent different product instructions in separate emails?
We are targeting customers who have low adoption scores on specific products purchased in the same invoice with the same email address. Example:Number of invoices: 1 Product: A AND B Participant: ABC Limited Email : ABC@ABC.COMGoal :Send adoption email with instructions of Product A Send another email with instructions of Product BChallenge: The participant list can only include 1 line with Product A OR B, the other one has been removed to failed Participant list with an error message ( Participant has met the advanced criteria )therefore missing out on the opportunity to send an email to the other product. Current Uniqueness Criteria :Invoice number Company name Product category Recipient email address Expected result: ABC@ABC.COM will receive 2 emailsInstruction of A Instruction of B
Does anyone have experience with integrating Seismic into Gainsight? I am envisioning a CSPM would be able to send Seismic resources to several contacts within an account in GS and have a report provided (within GS) as to which resources had been sent to which customers, when they opened it, etc. Perhaps GS could “monitor” when the resource was viewed by the customer and create an automated CTA for CSPM with follow-up steps.
I am creating CTAs through a rule and would like the CTA comments field to be nicely formatted.How do I get a new line? I’ve tried <p>, <br> and I’ve tried ordered and unordered lists but none of these render properly, the html is stripped out.So I put a period at the start of a new line to preserver the space, and this looks horrible. How should I be including blank lines in the CTA Comments?
Hello fellow Gainsters … I am the Director of Customer Success at a software development company that works with a very niche customer base - the state and county government space. Fresh off of the heals of Pulse 2022, I am recharged in getting integrated into the Gainsight community to learn and ideate. I would love to connect with fellow Gainsters who work in the government space. There is a lot of similarity between B2B and B2G (Business to Government), but there is likely the same amount of difference and with that, I would love to chat about what is working for others in the government space nd what is not. I would love to share the successes we have experienced as well and also where have tripped, fallen and had to get up and dust ourselves off.
I’d love to get some ideas from people in the Community on how you are leveraging various data inputs to identify and track your power users. Do you identify power users by product suite? By specific features? What does a “power user” look like and are there specific data points you look for when identifying those individuals? (ex: certain hours spent in the product, adoption of a specific feature or workflow, hours spent engaging with your customer-facing team or community, etc. Are there other ideas that come to mind?) Once you have power users identified, how do you use that information? (ex: targeted marketing or outreach, product pilot programs, surveying, reference programs, etc.)
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On August 16 in San Francisco, the day before Gainsight’s Pulse conference, you’re invited to join us for an in-person day-long workshop focused on Driving Product Adoption and Prioritizing Your Roadmap for Growth Using Gainsight PX.Join Gainsight’s PX team, including @harshibanka @mickey @link_black @broghanzwack @ophirsw and more, for an exciting hands-on workshop focused on giving you the tools to build a data-driven roadmap, successful user enablement / onboarding experiences, and an engaging product release experience. Guest speakers will also share best practices to orchestrate a successful end to end customer journey through cross-functional collaboration. Seats are limited to maintain a highly interactive and hands-on training experience!Session Details: How Product and Customer Success Teams will Collaborate to Drive Value A few special guest speakers will kick off the day with an exciting conversation about the future role and influence that growth oriented product managers w
Hello everyone!My team would like to change the historical names of our plays to be consistent. Is it possible to change historical play names in JO? We are wondering if this could impact the database in JO, plays ID or any other direct impact. Any insight/suggestion is welcome. Appreciate your help!Melany
Hello, We are looking to revamp our process of transitioning accounts to new CSM’s and was really wondering what other organizations are doing.Our current process is as follows:The TM builds out a list (report/excel) of transitions including (CSM ID’s, Names, Account ID’s, etc.) and attaches to a ticket. We take that file and upload it to an object. We then run a rule that has a corresponding playbook attached to it, there are a handful of playbooks to choose from. This then kicks out the CTA to the CSM who will be performing the transition and its tasks. Finally, we update the CSM in SF via Dataloader.ioThis is a pretty bulky process and takes a little more time than it should, so we are looking for any ideas that other companies might be doing to make this a little more streamline. Thank you for any and all input! Best,
Hi all - My team is new to Gainsight and I’m wondering if anyone has best practices for putting together Success Plans. We are relatively new to that process and I’m curious what is industry standard.For example, would I put a success plan together for each FY to align with changing priorities and goals? Or would a success plan be more specific to each goal and then get more granular within the plan?Curious to hear what has worked, what hasn’t worked, and what else we should consider as we build out this process.Thanks!
I’d like to know if there is a way in Gainsight Assist be able to identify parent vs. child records and when multiple records exist with the same name under parent and child. When documenting to the timeline via Gainsight assist CSMs can't identify which record is the parent and which one is the child, if both records have the same name. I was wondering if there is a way to filter parent and child records, so that when the CSM documents to the Timeline via Gainsight Assist they are assured to be logging under the correct record.Would anyone know if this is possible, or has a similar experience? Cheers, Ana
Hello everyone. I have read a few other posts on exporting records from PX and I am not sure if this is a decimal glitch, or what the problem is. However, recently I was trying to export a CSV file for an engagement from the Analytics tab. There were more than 20K viewers, although the export only sent the first 10K records. there are other responses from the PX team that says it can handle 100K records, so why is it that this report will only export the first 10K records?Export to CSV File Size Failure | Gainsight Community
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