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Reports using Graphly

Graphly provides a simple yet powerful solution for viewing your turboDial reports graphically.

Here’s the steps you could follow to display a report showing the number of outbound calls that received a Call Outcome of “Bought a Widget”.

1. Select a Widget Template

(Note, don’t confuse Graphly’s “Widget Template” with the example Call Outcome we are using “Bought a Widget”.  The two uses of the word “Widget” is referring to two completely different things)

When you click the large + button in the upper-right menu of your Board you are presented with the “Select Widget Template” dialog. Enter the word ‘notes’ into the search field because all turboDial records are stored as Notes in Infusionsoft.

Graphly provides 3 different templates for creating reports on Notes, as shown in the image below.

For our example case we will choose the “Appt|Note|Task Summary” template.

2. Configure the Options Tab

On this tab you will provide the following:

  • A descriptive name for the report
  • Choose to show Notes, rather than tasks, etc.
  • Choose the timeframe you want displayed in the report

3. Configure the Criteria Builder Tab

There a multiple criteria to setup on this tab.

First, designate that you want to count outbound calls by choosing the Action Description – Title field and the value of   turboDial: Call
Then save that criteria

You can find many examples of titles for other types of turboDial Note Records at this page.

Next, designate that you want to look only at calls associated with a specific user by choosing the Assigned User field and the value of the user you prefer.

Last, designate that you want to look only at calls that received a Call Outcome of “Bought a Widget” by choosing the Call Outcome field and then selecting a value of “Bought a Widget”, or whatever you prefer in your case.

4. Resulting Criteria

Once you have set and saved each of the criteria in the previous step your Criteria Builder tab will look like this:

5. Resulting Graph

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