The new leads page is equipped with a new look and feel and many delightful features. From robust sorting and filtering to deep customization of the view, you can use the page to your liking. Check out the feature overview below. Here's the quick demo overview.
During the current beta period, you may view the old leads view for a limited time. Simply use the green toggle in the top-left.
Lastly, to view the demo video at any point in time, click on 'VIEW BETA LEADS DEMO'
Customizing Your View
We've added the ability to effortlessly drag-and-drop columns via column headers. The following features are currently offered:
- Dragging-and-dropping 1 column at a time
- Adjust column width by dragging the edge of the column header
- Columns can be pinned left or right via the hamburger menu adjacent to a column header
- Click the hamburger menu in a column header to reset the columns in view any time
- Select and deselect columns from the green 'Columns' button
Robust Filtering and Sorting
We’ve also added robust sorting and filtering capabilities so you can take a deep-dive into your data.
- Click once to sort ascending (↑)
- Click again to sort descending (↓)
- Click again and no sort order will be applied
To filter on more than 1 column at a time, hold down the command (⌘) key when clicking on your second column header. A numerical indicator will appear next to the ↑/↓ symbols to denote if the column is a primary sort, secondary sort, and so on.
In this example, 'Company' is the primary ascending sort, and 'Last Name' is the ascending secondary sort.
- Select and deselect values
- Use type-ahead search to find specific values
- Easily filter on any column, regardless of data type, including dates and numbers
- To remove filters quickly, simply deselect all, then select all
Tip: column headers appear blue if a filter is applied
Editing Lead Data
We’ve also added a super easy & efficient method to edit lead info directly on the Leads page itself
- Double click, edit/update the text, and click enter to save
- Alternatively, select a cell, then use arrow keys to navigate; once focused on a cell, start typing an edit, and then hit enter and the edit will save successful
Putting It All Together!
Take a look the example below, showing how to export a filtered view to CSV.
- Click on the hamburger menu of the desired column
- Select & filter so that only the desired values are selected
- Click on the green 'Download' button and select the 'Current Column view' option