Hola! ¡Tenemos nuestra Comunidad en Español!
I would love to be able to make folders in Product Library. Who would love that to?
another vote to sort the product library alpha, and also to have a product category field so you can group items together when you sort. This would make it much easier to use for the user.
We need that feature too!
My products are in an illogical order right now as I didn't know I wouldn't be able to sort them afterwards. This affects how they are listed and reports. I am now thinking i need to delete and re input the product library - this seems crazy and does that mean my deals will all be deleted. You need to be able to sort deals by products and I cant do this?
We need the ability to allow numerical/alphabetical sorting in Product Library. Right now it sorted by the last saved. The only solution is to save your products in the order you wish they appear.
In addition to the folders, we MUST be able to SORT products, much like we can do just about everywhere else in the system.
I am having the exact same issue. This needs to be fixed.
Have anyone figured out a temporary workaround? Even recreating the products in order doesn't seem to work 100%.
I agree, we would really save a lot of time and make everything cleaner by being able to put products under our different product lines.
We do have more than 80 products. Can you imagine how big the drop down menu looks like. Further more it would be great if we could clone the product. Otherwise you get crazy to type in again and again the same product with just small differences.
I think the "Categories" Need to be reportable. The product functionality is quite terrible at this point. There needs to be reporting hierarchy for products that can reflect up to the sales Dashboard.
For example, if I sell Nike, Reebok and Adidas shoes, there needs to be a reasonable roll up of the individual products in the Product Library so that the actual product is driving forecasts and not deals / pipelines.
So, I sell 1 big deal to a shoe store that wants to buy 100 Pairs of shoes.
Nikes: 30 pair
Adidas: 40 pair
Currently, all of this must be loaded into one deal and then into on pipeline. At no point can I look at a cross section of all of my active deals to see how many pairs of Nikes we've sold or quoted. So it should really be the product that's driving the forecasts and revenue versus the deals.
You must be a registered user to add a comment. If you've already registered, sign in. Otherwise, register and sign in.