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Can you Lookup a Company or when inputting a lead
We have multiple leads with one client as one client has multiple locations, so we always have unqualified/qualified/refining and nurturing leads with them. Therefore we need to track leads both by company and person at that company. How is this done in copper? If we just put in a company name or person’s name and create a new lead each time it gets really redundant and messy fast.
How can I export a list of all leads that opened an email?
I previously sent a bulk email to a group of leads and I want to send a follow up email to those who opened the email. We recently upgraded and I tried to do this via email sequences but it doesn’t seem possible. Is there a way to do this via filtering or a way to export a list of leads who have opened a specific email (that was sent as a bulk email not a sequence)?
How do I change/hide opportunity status?
Hello! I’ve really been enjoying copper, but “won,” “lost,” etc aren’t applicable to the types of opportunities I’m setting up (I do virtual events and they aren’t really “won” within this context). I can’t seem to figure out how to do this. Is there a way to customize or hide these?
Simple way to filter the owner of a company and its corresponding opportunities
We want to align the ownership of opportunities with the owner of that company. Say for company ABC, there are 2 different open opportunities. One is by Copper user Jane Doe and the other is by Copper user Jim Smith. We want the designated Copper owner of company ABC to be the owner of all the opportunities affiliated with company ABC. Other than going through each individual company in Copper and opening up each separate opportunity to see who the owner is, is there a way to run that data into a report?
Which one should I relate the email too?
In Gmail when you click the copper button to relate an email to a customer, if you have multiple name matches, is the one you want listed at the top?At the moment if I have 3 joe bloggs match i have no way of knowing which one i should relate the email too.Many thanks
What's the recommended approach for logging event attendances?
Like many companies these days, we’re putting on virtual events and are trying to understand how best to log attendances in Copper to make it easiest to:Log them (e.g. batch logging required), and Analyze them over time (e.g. see who might be dropping off)I’ve tried a few options:Multi-select Custom Field. The problem: non-admins cannot add new values, so they’re having to ask Admins everytime a new event needs added (this is often). Poor solution: make them admins + give them access to way more than necessary (including emails between CEO + board members). Setup events as Projects. The problem: can’t filter the People directory based on projects.This seems like a critical feature of an app built around building relationships, but I’m struggling to see the best way to do this.How does the Copper team log their own customers when someone attends a webinar, for example?
We have thousands of contacts and companies in the system. Some are duplicates. As far as we understand it, there is no easy way to find and manage duplicates in bulk. Do you have any idea on how to work with duplicates? How to find them? How do fix them in bulk? We used to use https://dedupe.ly/ for an other CRM. This was an amazing tool. I think it would be important to have something similar for copper..
app.copper.com is currently unable to handle this request. HTTP ERROR 500
When I click on the copper add-on icon from gmail it opens panel that says…Welcome to Copper CRM Add-on for Gmail.Lightweight version of our CRM. Works with the Android Gmail App. Works across multiple browsers. [Continue with Google]but when I click on [Continue with Google] button, it comes back with message…app.copper.com is currently unable to handle this request. HTTP ERROR 500Any advice on how to resolve this?
Best practices for leads / opportunities?
Hi everyone, We’re fairly new to Copper and trying to perfect it to match our needs. We are mainly B2C but also do some B2B work.This is our process on 90% of our work:Lead received from a vendor via email or their portal Lead information is added to Copper via the leads area Lead gets contacted to be qualified Either the lead is marked as junk lead or converted to an opportunity from where our sales team follows up and continues the processOn this portion, I feel pretty comfortable. We also get referrals from other contractors / vendors that we work with and also referrals from previous customers. As an internal policy, we don’t go through qualifying these customers because of how they’ve reached us. These are created as opportunities right away and we go through our sales process.My questions / doubts are:Should I be creating these as leads at first? And then converting to opportunities to get better / more accurate reporting? Am I doing myself / my team a disservice by not actually
Customize to your heart's content!
One of the things that makes Copper so popular is its flexibility – it’s simple to customize your experience without needing special permissions, an outside consultant, or to learn how to code. You can easily customize Copper yourself in various ways:Creating custom list views to help filter down results quickly Creating custom Pipelines depending on your responsibilities, from sales to recruitment to business development and more Customizing your dashboard to fit your daily routineNeed more help with customization? You can always join our Live Ask-an-Expert session every Thursday at 9:30am PST.
Adding a secondary owner to an opportunity
Hi Id like to add a secondary owner to the opportunities in our CRM. Currently to add a (primary ) owner i have a drop down list with the sales teams’ names populated. Id like to be able to do the same for the secondary owner. I have worked out how to add the field but cannot work out how to add the drop down list with the names on it. help please
Project "subtasks" populating out of order
We are using subtasks to standardize workflows using project templates.Naturally, you’d want the workflow to fall in the order you input it as a subtask.We have found that the subtasks do not always record in the order input into the task.Sometimes the subtasks do behave appropriately, most times not.We spend a lot of time re-attempting to populate subtasks in the correct order.Here’s what it looks like:Prior to closing task:Upon re-opening task:See how #9 populates to the top?We’ve found that sometimes if we attempt, re-attempt, and re-attempt, sometimes it populates correctly to the bottom
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template format issues
I made a template and I have noticed once I have sent the email to a client by using that template the email looks nothing like my template- no sections -no bold words none of it, why is that? That defeats the purpose of a template ... especially when its a list of important instructions.
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