Grid is endlessly customizable to the way your organization structures its CRM. Here are some common use cases and best practices for Sales using Grid.
Note: These setups and conditions are based on standard objects and fields. For your Grid, cross-reference against what you see and use in your Source platform or connect with your admin to ensure that you're selecting what's correct for your needs.
My Opportunities/Pipeline Management
Get visibility across your pipeline, making it easy to review and update as you go.
You'll want to include every field that you typically need to see whenever you update your pipeline in your CRM. Here's a standard setup you may want to start with in your Grid (or find equivalent parameters for within your workflow).
Our recommendation is to have at least one condition specifying Owner one specifying Stage, and another specifying date range.
Setting yourself as opportunity owner:
Setting others as owner (when creating a template to share):
This Condition structure is best used when creating templates for others, as it will dynamically configure to display only the opportunities assigned to whoever is currently viewing the Grid. Learn more: Sharing Grids
Stage parameters to only display open opportunities:
Date parameters to only display opportunities closing in a certain time frame:
All conditions can be stacked as AND statements. Other common date parameters: Close Date in next 7 Days, in next 30 Days
View and update all of your Tasks at once from Grid.
Salesforce as Source:
Tips and Best Practices
Use your Grid to make updates to your records right after your client interactions and calls, saving you from having to do it all the end of the day.
Filter Fields by parameters like due date, stage, next steps to get a quick view of the most pressing next steps to take.
Use the search function to quickly spotlight an opportunity to review or update.