Jan 13, 2023 12:42 PM
I asked this question in help chat, and apparently, it is not possible because the response does not include the pipeline.
By creating four default CES surveys and selecting four different pipelines for each one, it would have allowed me to report on the different pipelines.
So my question is, we have four pipelines. Support, Engineering, Sales, and Billing. We want to measure satisfaction for each of those pipelines. Any suggestions?
Jan 17, 2023 9:16 AM
No apologies are needed.
The issue is that we don't want the customer to decide on the Pipeline. When we close the ticket, the Pipeline it is in is the one we want to report on.
This issue is moot at this point because, I have found out that the information I need is on the Ticket itself. Meaning that all the tickets have properties that show the last CES information that was submitted for that Ticket. I just created a view that filters the tickets that have a ratings and export the data so I can report it via a Google sheet.
@Jerdaine_digita Thanks for all the help you have provided.
Jan 17, 2023 9:36 AM
Can you include a hidden field on the CES survey @GeoB ? That would allow you to use @Jerdaine_digita's solution of a custom property (dropdown select field type), hide it, and choose it per survey behind the scenes. Then you wouldn't need to export to a Google sheet. Just a thought.
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Jan 14, 2023 6:23 PM
If you are looking to report on customer satisfaction (CES) by pipeline, one possible solution would be to create a custom property in HubSpot that corresponds to the pipeline, and then add that property to the CES survey form. This way, when a contact completes the survey, their pipeline will be captured as part of the survey response.
You can then create a report in HubSpot that filters by the pipeline custom property and displays the CES score for each pipeline. You can also use the “Group By” option to break down the data by pipeline and see how each pipeline is performing.
Another way to achieve this is by creating a different form for each pipeline, and using the form's source code to include the pipeline name as a hidden field. This way, when someone submits the form, you will be able to see which pipeline the form came from, and you can use that information to track the satisfaction by pipeline.
You can also use a third-party survey tool like SurveyMonkey, Typeform, or Google Forms and embed them in your website or share the link via email. But this would require you to manually filter the data by pipeline, and you may need to extract the data from the survey tool and import it to HubSpot.
It's important to note that whichever method you choose, make sure that you're able to filter the data by pipeline, and you're able to track the satisfaction by pipeline.
Jan 16, 2023 9:40 AM
Sorry, but I don't understand what you mean by your first sentence. "create a custom property in HubSpot that corresponds to the pipeline." I already have a Ticket property called Pipeline that holds the pipeline value.
I can't see where to add that property to the CES survey form. I have created both a default survey and a custom survey and the only things I see to add to the survey are Question Types. I can specify which Pipeline the survey will be sent to, but the reply to the survey does not include the pipeline as part of its' data set.
Jan 16, 2023 11:42 AM - edited Jan 16, 2023 11:44 AM
I apologize for the confusion. You are correct that if you already have a Ticket property called Pipeline in HubSpot that holds the pipeline value, you would not need to create a new custom property.
To include the pipeline value as part of the survey response, you will need to create a custom question in the survey form that asks the survey taker which pipeline they are associated with. This can be done by adding a "dropdown" or "radio button" question type to the survey form and pre-populating it with the different pipeline options. When the survey taker submits the survey, their selection of the pipeline will be captured as part of their response.
You can then use this pipeline information to filter and group the survey responses in a report, to see the CES score for each pipeline.
Please let me know if you have any other questions or if you need further clarification.