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The Goals Feature in Leadfeeder
The Goals Feature in Leadfeeder

Goals allows you to easily track and monitor specific actions a visitor has taken on your website.

Tamar Keenan avatar
Written by Tamar Keenan
Updated over a week ago

From time to time our users ask if it’s possible to see if an identified company has visited a specific URL. We’re happy to share that it is possible!

The Goals feature allows you to see easily if a visitor has, for example, visited your pricing page or played a specific video on your website. When you have a defined goal in your Dealfront settings, the goal completion would look like this in the company details section:

Previously, you had to open each individual activity to see if a specific URL was visited or action taken on your site. Now you can just look for the icon, hover over it, and see which visit included the most interesting pageview or action.

Here's how to use Goals:

STEP 1: Navigate to your User settings from top right corner of the Dealfront menu bar

STEP 2: Click on the Account tab and then select Goals under the Leadfeeder heading. Click Add new goal.

STEP 3: In the following view, name the goal and choose an icon that will be visible in your timeline next to the Goal. All Dealfront users can see the goal, so it’s important to name the goal something that everyone understands.

STEP 4: Next define the Condition for the goal. Conditions can be either: File download, Form fill, Page title, Page URL, Video play or Video title.

Once the condition is set, click Save.

Please note: Goals aren’t retroactive and will highlight only visits that have happened after you have set up the goal.

Once you have added a goal, you can manage them in your Dealfront settings: activate, disable, edit, delete and create new goals!

You can also use Goals as custom feed filters to see only the most interesting companies in your feed.


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