SuccessTeams give admins the ability to structure visibility of account data and closely collaborate with their team members via SuccessBLOCs. Admins can create teams oriented around business divisions, team objectives, geographic regions or both; ultimately increasing the relevance of information available to each user and restricting access to information that should not be shared outside of certain team members.
Before you get started, you may want to review Best Practices for Setting Up SuccessTeams.
This article contains the following sections:
- Creating a New SuccessTeam
- Adding team members to a SuccessTeam
- Removing team members from a SuccessTeam
- How to switch between SuccessTeams
- Understanding administrative roles and capabilities
- Adding or removing Zoe Slack Bot to a team
Creating a New SuccessTeam
Global Admins can create a SuccessTeam following these steps:
- Under Global Settings-> User Management -> SuccessTeams.
- Give your team a name, then add a team icon, type(s), description, and goal.
- Choose a Team Type.
- Configure Account Set using Segment criteria.
- Add members to the team.
- Define the team’s extended search settings.
- Define the team’s “My Portfolio” settings.
- Click “Save Team” and you’re done.
Note: "Extended search" settings, "MyPortfolio" settings, and "Save Team" can all be found in the Advanced Options screen.
Configure Account Set Using Segment Criteria
Choose the account base of the SuccessTeam by configuring the right account criteria. Accounts will be dynamically associated with the SuccessTeam per the account criteria.
Note, "Account assigned to the logged-in user" is a special criterion for configuring SuccessTeams. Selecting this criterion will limit the account set of the SuccessTeam to be only the accounts in which I own
(meaning, I am part of these account assignments).
For example, Joe owns 300 accounts and Emmie owns 100 accounts. The Totango admin configured SuccessTeam "Team US" to use the" Account assigned to the logged-in user" criterion, when Joe logs into "Team US" SuccessTeam he will be able to see only his 300 accounts, and when Emmie logs into "Team US" SuccessTeam she will be able to see only her 100 accounts.
Adding Team Members to a SuccessTeam
Both Global Admins and Team Admins are able to add members to SuccessTeams; however, Team Admins are only able to add members to their own SuccessTeam, while Global Admins can add members to any SuccessTeam.
There are three methods for adding members to SuccessTeams:
- Members can be added manually one at a time in the SuccessTeam's settings UI.
- Members can be added dynamically by segment criteria based on the Totango user information or leveraging your Employee Hierarchy settings.
- Note: Once criteria were added, team members cannot be removed manually and must be removed by changing or deleting the team members criteria.
Removing Members from a SuccessTeam
Global Admins and Team Admins can remove a user from a SuccessTeam using one of the following methods (Note: Team Admins are only able to remove members from their own team):
- Remove individual members manually in SuccessTeam's settings.
- If you are using the Employee Hierarchy feature, you can remove members dynamically by updating their manager.
Switching Between SuccessTeams
To switch between SuccessTeams, click on the team name in the top-right corner of the app and choose the team you’d like to switch to from the dropdown menu.
Note: users will only see the teams that they are members of, regardless of role.
Understanding Administrative Roles and Capabilities
There are two out-of-the-box roles that can maintain SuccessTeam configurations:
Global Admin: Global Admin’s primary role and function are to determine how Totango is configured and consumed. His/her role and capability is equivalent to today’s Totango Admin role with the addition to managing the new team structure. The Global Admin is responsible for creating and configuring all SuccessTeams. Global Admin can define what account and data each SuccessTeam can access and manage. Global Setting is only available for Global Admins.
Team Admin: The primary function of this role is to manage his/her own team’s overview (team name, avatar, and goal) and manage team members (add/remove team members and add/remove team admins). Team Setting is available only for Global Admins and Team Admins. Team Setting shows only the settings for the selected team.
In addition to these two roles, you add other SuccessTeam Roles that can then be used to grant specific permissions to the application. Let's say you only want certain team members to be able to access Campaigns. You might create a specific team role for them and then you can designate that permission only to that role.
Adding or Removing Zoe Slack Bot to a Team
The option to add the Zoe Slackbot to a SuccessTeam exists within the Team Members section of the SuccessTeam’s settings.
To remove Zoe from a SuccessTeam, simply search for it in the list of team members and click the x icon.
Note: Adding Zoe to a SuccessTeam will allow all Zoe users access to accounts defined in that particular SuccessTeams' account set.
Q: What is extended search scope and what is it used for?
A: Extended Search scope in SuccessTeams is a feature that allows admins to extend the scope of accounts beyond the core account set. For e.g. North America SuccessTeam can have extended scope access to EMEA accounts so they can follow the activity and stay up to date on the EMEA accounts.
Q: What is SuccessTeam team type?
A: Success Team Type is a field on SuccessTeam that groups teams of a similar type. For e.g. applying "North America" team type to all teams that focus on North American accounts.
Q: What is a default team role?
A: Totango users can be associated with a SuccessTeam by uploading Totango users from Customer Data Hub. Once a Totagno user is associated with SuccessTeam, he will be assigned the default team role defined for every SuccessTeam. A Totango admin or a Team admin can change it manually in the SuccessTeam settings page.