1. Feature Overview
Administrators can create smart views and assign them to different teams. As an admin, this gives you control over the views each of your teams see. With this feature, you can show your teams only those accounts, leads, opportunities, activities and tasks relevant to them.
- Smart views assigned to teams will be visible on both web and mobile platforms. This feature is especially helpful to assign smart views to teams working solely on mobile.
- If you’re unfamiliar with the smart views feature, see LeadSquared Smart Views. To learn more about teams, see LeadSquared Teams.
As an admin, you can manage smart views by navigating to My Profile>Settings>Leads>Views>Smart Views.
- You must be the Admin of your LeadSquared account.
- You must create Teams in your account.
3. Create a New Smart View
To create the first Smart View tab –
- Navigate to My Profile>Settings>Leads>Views>Smart Views and click Create.
- Enter a name for the new smart view tab, then click Create Tabs. You can add Lead, Opportunity, Activity and Task type tabs.
- Create the smart view tab and click Save. For details on how to create a new smart view tab see the Smart Views.
The following example shows a new smart views tab for ‘Leads from Bangalore’ –
To create subsequent new Smart View tabs –
- On the top-right corner of the grid, click the down icon.
- Click Add New Tab.
3.1 Configure Quick Actions and Menu Actions
When you create or edit a smart view tab, you can configure the actions you want a user to have on the particular entity. Under the Actions column, click the Configure link –
Now, select/de-select the quick actions and menu actions you want to display, then click Done. Click Save once you exit the pop-up.
The actions will now appear on the Smart Views page.
3.2 Re-Order Columns
You can re-order columns for any tab by simply dragging and dropping them in the appropriate place –
3.3 Manage Filters on the Activity Tab Settings
Admins can configure custom filters in an Activity Smart View tab –
- Navigate to Settings>Leads>Smart Views.
- Under Actions, alongside the relevant Smart View, click Edit.
- Navigate to the Activity tab and click on Manage Filters.
- Select the required filters and alongside the Enable filter options for mobile users setting, click .
- Click Save.
- A maximum of 5 fields can be selected as filters.
- The following datatype fields are displayed for lead field filters –
- Only dropdown datatype fields are displayed for activity field filters.
4. Assign a Smart View Tab to a Team
Once you’ve created a smart view tab, you can assign it to a team.
- Navigate to My Profile>Settings>Users and Permissions>Teams.
- Alongside the team you want to assign the Smart View tab to, click .
- Click Apply Smart View.
- In the drop-down under the Smart View column of the pop-up window, select the smart view you want to assign the team.
- Click the checkbox under the Replace column if you wish to replace the previous smart view that was assigned to the team. This will also replace the smart view for any children teams that were inheriting the previous smart view.
- Click Save.
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