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How many times have you wanted to add contacts that Gong automatically captures, through its visibility to meetings and emails, to Salesforce? Wait no more! People were very excited to learn about the Salesforce data enrichment opportunities using Gong participant data and Salesforce flow.
I liked in particular that Gong for Salesforce comes with out of the box Flows that you customize for your company. So you can update/ create Participant Contact Roles, Competitors, and enrich Contacts and Leads.
Push Emails (and Calls) to Salesforce
While not technically part of Gong for Salesforce, Dor reminded us of the long-standing ability to push calls to Salesforce, and the more recent feature addition to push emails to Salesforce as Tasks.
New Salesforce Integration License Type
Shif made us aware of a very recent announcement by Salesforce that allows you to dedicate a different user to each integration, which has the benefit of restricting those Salesforce users/ licenses to a unique subset of data. These new license types could be a good alternative to your current integration or named user you use to connect Gong and Salesforce.
Of course the reason many people use Gong for Salesforce is to create their own Salesforce reports and dashboards. We got a little crushed for time and Shif offered up a future session entirely dedicated to reporting on Gong for Salesforce data. Vote with your voice on this idea, or any other topic you’d like to see covered through this Google form
Calls To Action:
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Install Gong for Salesforce
Update your Gong for Salesforce version, if you are not using version 2.26
Try some of the presented ideas, especially Flows for data enrichment
Register for next month’s meetup and have a voice in what we discuss