Create Opportunity Lists

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Context

You can group selected Opportunities into Opportunity Lists in Demandbase. Categorizing in this way can make Opportunities more manageable–such as the ability to mark an Opportunity List as a favorite so that it’s easily retrievable. An Opportunity List is also a good way to share a group of Opportunities with another Demandbase user.

Tip: You can create folders to organize and manage your lists. See Create and Manage Folders for Account, Person, and Opportunity Lists.

Steps

1. From the left navigation bar, go to Database_N.png Database > Opportunity Lists and click Create New.

2. In the Create New List window:

     a. Enter a name for the Opportunities List.

     b. Select an option in the List Type field:

    • Dynamic list: This setting allows you to set up a list in which you can select Opportunities in the Demandbase tenant. After you create a Dynamic list, it updates as Opportunities fit or don’t fit the Selector criteria that you'll establish for the list later.
    • D365 view: If you have Microsoft Dynamics integrated with Demandbase and want to create an Opportunity List from a Microsoft Dynamics view, select this option to import the Opportunities from the report. Then select the view name in the Select View drop-down list.
    • SFDC report: If you have Salesforce integrated with Demandbase and want to create an Opportunity List from a Salesforce report, select this option to import the Opportunities from the report. Then select the report name in the Select Report drop-down list.
    • SFDC view: If you have Salesforce integrated with Demandbase and want to create an Opportunities List from a Salesforce view, select this option to import the Opportunities from the view.
    • CSV Import: Choose this option if you want to upload a CSV file containing Opportunity IDs that match those that already exist in the Demandbase tenant. If you want to upload new Opportunities to the platform, see Import or Reimport Account or Opportunity Data from a CSV File.

     c. Select the access level in the Visibility drop-down list:

    • Public: Visible to everyone in your company.
    • Private: Visible only to the creator of the list and any Demandbase users with an Admin role.

     d. Click Create list.

3. For Dynamic lists only: Click Basic or Advanced on the Selectors page to define the attributes that you want to apply to the people who get added to your list. See the Selectors documentation for how to use these customizable filters to advance your ABM mission. After you finalize your Selector definitions, click Save.

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