On a daily basis, view or export Activity Lists to Excel to prevent things from slipping through the cracks. The Activity List allows users to schedule activities for one or multiple employees based on existing filters, and export to Excel.
MarketSharp has the ability to schedule an activity to an individual or a group of employees based on an existing filter.
Schedule Activities for a Group
Create a filter that includes the necessary contacts and tag them all.
Click the Schedule Activities button.
Select the contact type (Prospects, Leads, or Customers) where the filter exists. Then choose the name of the filter.
Specify the Activity Details, such as the Activity Type and Reference.
Assign the activity to one or more users
Choose whether or not the activity should have a due date. If so, choose Schedule a Due Date. Choose when the activity should begin, as well as how long it should take. If the activity is recurring, choose which days of the week it should assign to the users.
Schedule an Activity for an Individual
From the contact record view, click Activities
Click Add Activity
Enter the Activity Details such as type, reference, who it’s assigned to, when it’s due, and if there should be reminder.
Mark Activity Complete
Click the Mark Complete link for the activity
Select a result
Get Next Unassigned Activity
When Get Next Unassigned Activity is clicked, MarketSharp grabs the next unassigned activity, and assigns it to the individual that is currently logged into the system
Reassign a list of Activities
MarketSharp has the ability to assign a filtered list of activities to another individual.
Use the Filter options on the Activity List Tab to identify the group of activities that should be reassigned. Click Tag All Filtered
Select an individual to reassign the activities to from the drop-down.
Export to Excel®
Users can export Activity lists to Microsoft Excel® by clicking the Export link.
Customizing the Activity List
Change what fields display in the Activity List view by creating a custom view.
To learn how to create a custom view refer to this article: Views on the Upper-Level Tabs