*** NOTE: ALL INFORMATION IS ACCURATE AT DATE OF PUBLISHING ***
We can now see the values in the dropdown list and can select the appropriate one from the list for each record.
You can add it as a column to your views for a quick visual guide. Very quick and easy to see and spot the right records.
You can also add it to your search criteria in views. It is a great way to get users engaged and really help them embrace the system.
Finally, they will show up nicely on a report too. At first glance, emojis might seem gimmicky in a field, but it’s quick and easy to add them and if used in the right way, can enhance your system.
** UPDATE 02/02/2018 **
I like to be thorough, so can’t believe I missed out charts first time around! So, I took a look and wanted to share the findings. I created a simple bar chart displaying number of Leads by Level of Interest. Was very sad to see that the emojis used in the option set were plain, boring and blah 🙁
However…. when opening up an app that uses the Unified Interface client…. whoop! Those beautiful stars show in all their glory.
And here on a doughnut chart (only possible on a Unified Interface app).
Anywhere else that’s been missed where this could be used?
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