- Deal Pipeline
You can easily drag & drop each deal card to reflect updates.
What is Pipeline?
The Deal Pipeline is the source of truth for your sales team’s performance. You can see the number of deals and the total value of deals in each status. You can also see the owner of deals and if there are any objections/blockers.
You can see Deal Progress.
Sales reps can identify required actions to convert deals to the next steps.
You can see the total value of deals in each status.
Deal - Lead Connection
When you scroll over the upper right corner of a deal card, two buttons appear as shown below. The button on the left allows you to check the deal information in detail, and the button on the right takes you to the lead detail page linked to the deal.
You can also come back to the Deal Pipeline page directly from the Lead Detail Page by clicking the button on the top right corner.
What is a Deal?
A deal is a sales opportunity. Each deal is counted as a single sales opportunity.
You can create and manage multiple deals for each Lead (Customers).
When you have multiple deals, it will be shown like this in the Lead Detail Page.
How to Add Deals
There are 3 ways to add a deal.
On the Deal page, click
+Dealbutton on the top menu.
You can click the
+button on the Pipeline Status column. (You won’t be able to change the status)
On the Lead Detail page, you can click
+button from the left menu. (You won’t be able to change the company/lead)
In the Deal, you can add information such as:
Company: The name of the lead
Contact: Main point of contact from the company
Value: Value of the sales opportunity
Status: Deal pipeline status
Assignee: Deal Owner
Notes: Notes regarding the sales opportunity
Company and Status are the only required fields, and the rest can be left empty.
If you go down to the bottom of this page, then you can find information about creating Custom Field for deal cards.
Manage Deal Status
You can customize deal statuses to fit your team’s sales process.
To manage the Deal Status, click Workspace ellipsis (⋅⋅⋅) in the Relate app, and click
Manage deal statuses from the menu that appears.
You can change the order by clicking the arrows, and you can change the name of each status by clicking
Delete to delete the status. However, to delete the status, there must be no Deal in the status.
There are 3 types of Deal Status.
Active: Active Deal
Won: Won Deal
Lost: Lost Deal
To check Deal Status modifications reflected immediately, relaunch the Relate app or refresh it by pressing Ctrl+Shift+R (macOS: Cmd+Shift+R) if it is already running.
By clicking the
Filter button at the top right of the Deal Pipeline page, you can apply various filters.
A good example would be to look at the deals managed by each sales rep or look at the new deals created this month. To create this list, you can create a filter as follows.
is after+ This Monday
Applying Multiple Filters
When applying more than 1 filter, you can apply one of the two conditions: And / Or.
And: Deals that fulfill both Filter A and Filter B.
Or: Deals that fulfill at least one of the Filter A and Filter B.
Deal Custom Field
As shown in the screenshot above, you can add various types of custom fields on the Deal page.
You can find
Manage custom fields menu when you scroll your mouse cursor on your Workspace name. You will see Workspace ellipsis (⋅⋅⋅) in the Relate app. (See screenshot below)
Below is the example of setting Custom Fields.
Types of Custom Field
|Field Data Type||Note|
|Text||Supports plain text format. Great for leaving a short, one-line comment.|
|Multi-line text||Supports more than one line of text. Perfect for leaving long comments.|
|Datetime||Date and time format.|
|Select||When entering data, you can select an option from a drop-down. Data is separated by commas (,).|
If you want to select more than one option, check Accept multiple values when adding the custom field.
|Resource: Users||You can select team members in your workspace.|
It is suitable for designating an owner.
|Resource: Contacts||You can select one of the contacts within a lead (or a company).|
It is suitable for designating the main point of contact for a customer.
If you use Custom Field well, you will be able to store and manage various customer information that is essential to your team. In the future, we will add more data fields such as Deal, URL or email address.
To check Custom Field modifications reflected immediately, relaunch the Relate app or refresh it by pressing Ctrl+Shift+R (macOS: Cmd+Shift+R) if the app is already running.