Oviond Webinar & Transcription

[00:00:00.060] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
But for your patients, well, we got set up today and thank you for joining for another product webinar, we’re going to dove into today’s product in just a minute, but I want to give everyone a second to trickle in. And today we have Chris. He is one of the founders of Oviond. Oviond is a customizable digital platform that combines and organizes all of your marketing data into useful insights and automated reports. It’s an awesome tool that’s available right now on apps starting at just forty nine dollars.

And before we go through the walkthrough, before I turn this over to Chris, there are three things that I would like to go over. The first similar things. We want to get to know you better and we want to know why you’re interested in this tool. So in the chat room, you can go ahead and let us know a little bit about your business, maybe share your website with us and let us know what you want to learn during this webinar.

The second thing is, if you have any questions about the tool or about the deal and how to get set up or anything like that, you can leave those questions in the Q&A box down below, beneath the video. And we’ll circle back to those questions at the end after the walkthrough and the third and final thing. We will be sending out a replay of this webinar after it’s done recording. So if you have to jump out early, you can and then you’ll be able to catch up and watch it later.

All right. Let’s get started. Chris, thank you so much for joining us today.

[00:01:27.450] – Chris (Oviond)
No problem at all. So good to be here. Awesome.

[00:01:30.660] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
First, I just want to ask you, what are some features that Oviatt users are most excited about to see?

[00:01:37.290] – Chris (Oviond)
The thing that we’re finding is that a lot of our users are most excited about how quick it is just to get get set up to set up some client reporting.

And so typically, our users are small to medium digital marketing agencies that are, you know, doing a little bit of digital marketing, running some digital marketing services for a couple of clients that they might be running some AdWords or checking in, doing some work on their website and give them some feedback on how many visits they’re getting or how many leads are generating.

And we’re finding some of the siblings are really enjoying the ease of the product. So kind of just one or two clicks just to get some basic reports together and then also just the ability to customize really quick and easily. I love it.

[00:02:18.910] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
All right, well, I’m going to turn this over to you simoleons, do you have any questions? You can leave those in the Q&A box below. And if you want to tell us a little bit about yourself and the needs of your business, you can leave those in the chat room.

All right, Chris, you can take it over.

[00:02:34.340] – Chris (Oviond)
Also, I want to highlight is the first thing is just the the first few that we’re looking at here, really, it’s just the the main dashboard that we’re looking at, each of these little boxes represents a client. So what we’ve got right at the top here on the top left hand side is just a drop down. We’re able to create a folder and group clients into folders. This is useful if you kind of just running clients at different levels or maybe running clients in different niches.

So you have kind of restaurants, motor manufacturers, electric manufacturers, whatever it might be to add a new client onto this dashboard, which is kind of a new client right here. And. I mean, it’s a sign of project manager at this point, and there’s obviously only a couple of people on this account and said the base currency will leave the US dollar. So the next screen that it brings up is it’s going to ask you to associate the various integration’s to that particular client.

So obviously, depending on the type of work that you’re doing for them, you know, in this case, you might say that maybe we’re running some Google ads for them. So when you need to authenticate these accounts, obviously for the first time and once they’re authenticated, you’ll be able to grab any account. And in this particular case, this is authenticated to an account and it’s important to note that, you know, for things like Google ads and Facebook ads, you need to have an account.

So you need to have like an agency and profile so that you’re able to bring in all of the customer data. So let’s bring in some Google ads data. Let’s bring in some Google analytics data.

Saraceno is just asking us, you know, which view to use, et cetera, and then we’ll go ahead and create the climate. OK, so we got quite a couple of integration’s and we got a few of them in beta, but we’ve got loads and loads of integrations ready to go. So for this particular client, we set up to Integration’s and what we got here is now we’re inside the client view. So once we’re inside the client be the very first thing we see is the integration’s dashboard’s.

So one of the key differentiators is that every single integration that we connect, it gives us a dashboard kind of out of the box. So in this particular case, it gives us a Google ads dashboard right out of the box. So it just gives us a color, basically adds metrics. And I can also switch to the Google Analytics Dashboard right here. And it gives us a basic Google Analytics dashboard straight out the box. So these dashboards don’t use any of the quota limits or anything like that.

And this is something completely unique to Auvinen because most the other tools, you just connect the integration and then you need to use one of your dashboards in your quota limits. But we’re just giving people a dashboard connected data integration that they can use really from a the reason that these are here is really just from a management perspective that these dashboards can be set up and they can really look at how everything is going across all of the connected better integrations. So these dashboards are completely customizable and the first version or the first dashboard that you see here is really just a starting point.

You could jump in at the top here and you can add widgets into this Google ads dashboard. And we have kind of hundreds of metrics available for every connected, better integration. But typically, you know, you’d get the setup for your agency and you could even you could even template these, you know, for for all of your Google ads, accounts to look at just the key metrics for Google ads. So the very first part of it is the integration’s dashboard’s, obviously, for every single integration that we connect, we will get an integration dashboard and these these integration dashboards, obviously you can add to them as you go.

But these integration dashboards, these are just dashboards for those particular integrations. So it becomes a lot more useful on the next step down when we look at dashboards, so dashboards are different to integration dashboards and that dashboards. This is where we’re able to blend updater or mesh data up from any of the connected data integrations above here. So the first dashboard gotcha is just a sample. But let’s go ahead and add a dashboard up here. And we’ve got a whole bunch of different use cases here.

So we’ve got a bunch of templates that are just like one click to get going and each one’s got a little description. So maybe we’ll get started right here. We don’t have all of these integrations connected, but what the attempt to do is basically just deploy attempted with all of the data that is available. So in this case, we had connected, you know, Google analytics and we had connected Google ads. So we’re getting data for those. But this dashboard was also looking for data from Facebook as an example.

So if you want to bring that better in, we just need to connect an account up to this to this particular profile. So these dashboards are obviously super useful because when we’re adding or bringing data into these dashboards, we’re able to select any of the integrations that we had connected up at the beginning when we got the account started at. What I’m going to do just for the sake of the demo is just go back to the home screen and I’m just going to jump into a demo project that has a couple of more integrations connected.

So I’ll jump into this Apple client. And when we look here and you’ll see that there are quite a few more integrations that are connected here. So, again, the area that we’re on now is the integration’s dashboard, so each of these are dashboard specific to these integrations. If we go to the blended dashboard here, we can go ahead and run that same test again. And you’ll see now that it’ll bring in data from all of the connected data integrations.

The reason for that is because we’ve connected up all of those profiles. So you have good data from Google Analytics and. You know, Google ads, just it from Facebook, some demographic data, some page like better, et cetera, and. So that’s kind of all comes together. It’s what we could do is go and here all the widgets out on this dashboard, and I’ll just show you guys quickly how you can bring in any data from any of the connected demonstrations so we could bring in data.

Right. Share like you’re going to bring in some, you know, Facebook and data as an example and some data and performance data and. You know, bringing any metric we like to break it down by age. Give the the name and select the way that would like it to be displayed in this particular case, I don’t have anything to display there, but let’s just bring in something else. Maybe we’ll look at something from Google Analytics. It’s going to ask you to name the widget, I’m sorry, I’m not sure what’s going on.

And we just have a. We are using demo that he has, so I think it might just be that there is no data connect to that. I apologize for that. But you basically just bring in any data from any of the connected integrations right here. So up at the top, you’d select your your data partner at the bottom, you just select whatever you want to bring in and you could mesh all of the data up side by side.

Let’s jump into one of the dimensions that does have some data and says set up. This is that a at a temple in. I guess the idea that is that all of these dashboards are completely customizable to kind of give you whichever data you want. The purpose of the dashboard really is to get more of a snapshot view of what’s going on so that, you know, we broke dashboards and reports out into two separate modules. We’ve you know, we’ve come off the back of many, many years of agency experience.

And where do you see dashboards as being more of a of something that you could use to manage your client account? So. We don’t think Dashboard’s are particularly useful to share with clients. We think that reports are better for clients because they’re more you know, they’re more snapshots saved in time. And we need to reference back to them. We see dashboards, more of being a. A two for four for creating something that the agency can look at or the person or the consultant can look at that’s running the account, and that can get a quick snapshot of exactly what is going on, you know, on any given account.

So that’s why we broke the two up once these dashboards are set up. You can obviously flick between all of the dashboards in the account like this. You can search the dashboards. You’re able to add text books inside the dashboard so you can add text boxes and you can type anywhere in the dashboard. There’s obviously what you see is what you get editor right at the top. Yeah. You can add any sorts of media ends if you want to add pictures and videos and you’re able to do that.

And we’re able to share this with a client or share them with a staff member just to look at the progress on any given client’s account. So that, in summary, is Dashboard’s, so the just to go over it again, really the integration’s are like Dashboard’s except these are integration specifics. So these dashboard’s really just look at that particular integration. So in this case, I’ve looked at Facebook and the blended dashboard’s over here. This is where you can take any data from any of the connected DENDUR integrations and kind of mesh all the data up together into something more useful for the blended dashboards, which give you a lot of ideas to get started of different types of dashboards that you can create.

And this is obviously the initial template library that we’re working on. This will be building on this all the time. This is really what we want to get to over time is make it really easy just to have a one click dashboard. So let’s say you came in and you want to look at like general website traffic or social media dashboard. The idea is that we get as many of these good core reporting dashboards to get sort of core monitoring dashboards together as possible so that with one click, you’re able to jump in and really have something useful to look at, depending on which data integrations you had connected for that particular client.

So this is really just in terms of the direction of the platform. This is we’re going to be putting a lot of effort in. Just a couple more things while we are on Dashboard’s is obviously everything has a date range picture at the top there. So, you know, we’re able to look at the law by default. It looks at the last 30 days. We considered the last seven days just to reset all the data on this dashboard. One of the major benefits of is that we’re able to jump in and set the date at widget level and we’re also able to set the date at dashboard level.

So. Kind of a good use case of this is that we’re able to kind of if you want to look at, you know, kind of the this year at the top, we could we could look at. You know, a much shorter snapshot on all of the all the others or let’s say like where everyone was safe and said like last 90 days and the top. We could look at the last 90 days up here, but the other widgets on the dashboard could all carry like the you know, they would all copy the date of the main master of the main.

So it would be the last seven days would be the primary date range picture. But you could set a widget to have a different date range. So super useful for looking at, like, you know, how things are going this year. And then at widget level, you could be looking at the last seven days or whatever it might be. So in summary, that’s Dashboard’s we’re able to flip between all the map here, said the date ranges or median wage, it’s in here and get them to look Hillview like.

The next module is reporting, so dashboards and reporting differ and that reporting we see as being like timed events. So a good use case for reporting would be like if you wanted to send your clients report every week or every month or every three months or every quarter, whatever it might be. Reports are useful for that because these become timestamped events and we’re able to save all of those.

So like a dashboard, you might want to switch up and change depending on what you are managing for the client. If you want to look at media spend or if you want to look at kind of performance metrics, you may change that over time. The nice thing is with reporting, you’ll have these saved events that would be saved over a period of time, you know, so you may have January, February, March, April, or it might be one week to week three for that particular client.

Or you may have a social media report and a website engagement report, but they would all be saved timestamped events. Again, when you create a report, you’re able to work of a template, so I’ll just give you a very basic template. Yeah. So a report, the format changes completely, the format changes more into more of a an effort document type format. The reason for this is we found through experience that a lot of people, Consumer Reports, still live in this A4 document type world.

And very often you need to create a PDF or create a print or create something that’s easy for them to consume. We found that that very often clients get lost in dashboards. There’s too many widgets. So we really wanted to make a way to make it almost, you know, pages so that these things could be scrolled through in an almost a document type format. So, again, with what we give you here is loads and loads of kind of one click report that you can use.

And these cover pages can be, you know, they can all be switched up or they could be removed. And what we’re giving you is just a starting point where you’re able to jump in and add any data from any connected integration to any page. Obviously, these widgets, you can remove them if you don’t want them, you know, you can move things around, you can resize things. You can make these reports look however you want. What we’re giving you here is really just somewhere to start and that they may work really well for you straight out of the box.

But what we’re giving you here is really just a starting point. Everything here is completely configurable and you’re able to add pages, remove pages. You can rename these pages. You know, you could decide exactly what you wanted and then you could go ahead and template that for your particular use case and then you could deploy that template across all the rest of the clients in your account. So these reports are really just as useful a useful starting point. And what I’ll do is go back to reports and just show you how easy that was.

So we’ll add another report in here. Well, pick up out the temperamental tech and social media tempered. And this just gives you an idea of another type of cover page, right? So, I mean, you don’t need to use this cover page. I you could jump in here and you could you could choose a bunch of different cover page templates that we have here. Or you could just start blank or you could just add your your own template in through the media library.

But it really is fully, fully, fully configurable. What we’re giving you with the templates is really just a starting point. So it’s really just to say, here’s something for you to start and once you get going and, you know, these things become completely your own. So we just giving you giving you something useful to start with. This again is just one of the key features. One of the things that guys are finding really useful about the tool is that you don’t really need to do too much thinking.

We’ve done a lot of the work for you and we’ll be doing a lot more of these of these ready-Made templates as we go. So, so, so keep an eye out for that. So it’s just kind of sticking a little bit there. Um, so it just gives you an idea of the types of things you can do on these reports, but obviously it is is it is completely yours to. Completely yours to work with. Reports work in a very similar way to Dashboard’s, except that they’re almost unlimited, you can add as many pages and as you like, you can add as many widgets as you like.

You know, you can really go to town of these things. But in terms of what you can add in so you can add any metric from any connected, better integration, you can add text widgets to the pages, you can add medium, which includes video and any sort of any images in any any media, any videos you’re able to add in here. And then, of course, you’re able to automate these reports into you can create events, all these reports.

So from an automation perspective, you could send it to an email address. And these a lot of the questions are coming in from the simoleons is can this be customized in terms of where it comes from? Absolutely. So this could come from your agency, your name and your Agency.com that gets set up in the settings. And then you can set it to go, you know, you can set the date, right? So if you wanted to send them.

A report for the last 30 days, and you wanted to send it monthly on the first of every month, you can just give it a name, say that automation and this. This report would run on the on the first of every single month, and the data would always reset to the last 30 days. So you could create really like an automated process here to keep your clients up to speed with what was going on in that particular count. And when you’re done with this report, there are ways that you can publish it as well, so you could share the report.

And what this does is it moves it over to a completely on brand simplified version of the of the ED, so it gives the client almost a very simple little website to scroll through here, and you’d give this to them via a shared link. And when they’re done here, they’re able to obviously generate a PDF to share it or they can come back to the link at any time. And this really is the the final version of the report that would be shared with the client.

And they’re able to dump this into prison pretty easily. Or they could share it with anyone internally just by the shell and Gretchen, keep in mind that all of these assets are fully brand. Also, the logo disappeared to be replaced with your logo. It could go onto a brand, your all your own brand, Ertuğrul. And Olga Schelling’s would obviously also be in your own brand. So, Lindsay, I don’t think I want to overwhelm the audience at this stage, I think I’d like to take questions.

I’m sure there’s a lot of them, so.

Absolutely. So the first thing that I would love for you to talk about are two things that siblings love. They love Integration’s and we love a roadmap. So can you talk to us? And we have a lot of questions here also about either current integration’s or will you have future integration? So what can you tell us about your roadmap and about some integrations we have to look forward to? Sure, no problem at all, so. So from an integrationist perspective, at this point on our website, we do have a full catalog on our main Beyond.com Web site.

We do have a full catalog under integrations of what we have live at the moment. And so we have some integrations that are alive and we have some that we’re working on. So there’s a little there’s a little badge on the top right hand side of every single integration, you know, letting everyone know look at what done what, the status of the integration and.

You know, like you can see some of these here are planned and some of them are building and some of them are in beta. So this is where they can really have a look at what is what is here. This is fully synched up with the app. So whatever it is, live on here. If we go into the app and we have a look at the integrations here, this is completely in sync with what is on the front end of the website.

So all of these integrations to match up to to what we have on the front end of the site from a from a road map perspective. Absolutely. So, again, on the front end of the website, just right down on the bottom right hand side here, we have a road map and changelog.

And everything is in here. So this is where anyone can make recommendations. Obviously, this being an early version of the software, we have no limitations for the Simelane. So everyone in the software gets all future updates. So in other words, everyone gets the opportunity to vote. And as we start building out these integrations based on popularity, they will all become available to every single person that was in Colombia. So, yeah, we absolutely do have a road map.

We absolutely are listening and are looking. We will be looking at this vote system very, very carefully after this launch and building out the next set of integrations for everything.

[00:25:31.330] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Awesome. We love that. Thank you. I’m going to go ahead and work through the questions and the Q&A. If you have any questions, please feel free to submit those. We do have quite a feed to get through. So let’s let’s start from the beginning. Can we do PPC markups on Google ads and D three?

[00:25:51.370] – Chris (Oviond)
Yes, you can, so we do have a mockup feature on Google, and so you’re able to mark up by percentage so you can mark up like you could mark up your cost by like, say, 10 percent.

[00:26:00.820] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
And that would affect all of the it would affect all all of the cost prices like across across across the board.

[00:26:12.070] – Chris (Oviond)
That is right.

[00:26:14.290] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Another question that’s come up a couple of times about white labeling. Does the software have a white label option?

[00:26:19.930] – Chris (Oviond)
It absolutely does. So, Roger, the white label is, you know, the logo, the Fabi connected to the app ID.

And obviously all of the shared assets could come from your own white label, your own white label domain, and you’re able to get all of the colors set up to your exact brands. I’ll just give you a very quick look at that jump into things and inside as we go to white label. And the second will be fully customized to look completely like yours. So all of the colors, the logo, the domain, everything. And I believe that all of the apps you my plans include white label.

[00:26:59.440] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Wonderful. Thank you. All right, this next person will provide reports on the different clients, so if they run different business accounts.

[00:27:12.430] – Chris (Oviond)
Yes, I understand that. So, yes, I mean, what we’re looking at, are we still seeing the screen surveillance?

Yes, that’s what we’re looking at here, is these are all different clients, you know, so this would be all the different agencies, clients, and each one would be connected to a different place for a different Google ads profile, a different LinkedIn profile. So like you have used Amazon as an example that would have all of its own connected data integrations inside. So, yeah, I think if I understand the question correctly, absolutely. The architecture the app is, is to fix that exact problem.

[00:27:49.600] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
All right.

The next question from David, what’s an NCC account and AMCC account is something that so most of the digital media platforms like Facebook ads as an example that would use a Facebook business account to manage multiple client profiles. And so so agencies would typically use like business Facebook dot com. And I spoke about an account earlier. An account is it is Google ads. That’s what they use to kind of combine many AdWords accounts together.

[00:28:29.230] – Chris (Oviond)
So like as one brand, you may just use Google ads directly, you know, but this this tool or overlanders built specifically for people, they could be running one brand or most of the use cases for this particular product, just for people running multiple brands.

So in other words, you might be helping five or six or eight or 10 or 200 people to run their AdWords. So you would use a Google ads account to kind of combine all those accounts. It’s one in three that Google offers, and it’s just easy way to bring everything together. It takes two minutes to set up for Google account, and each of the platforms kind of have their own their own way of bringing everything together. It was like the.

[00:29:20.370] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
You go for it. All right, the next question, so in terms of keeping historical data, will O’Brien keep historical data to go back eventually as far as a user has been with beyond? How far back does it go?

[00:29:39.740] – Chris (Oviond)
That’s a great question. The. The answer to that is it depends. So the data that we track, obviously, from the time that you sign up on the platform, all of the reports are always saved. So so in the report inventory, the report is like a snapshot at that given time. So if you create the report now, it would be then two or three years time exactly as you created it. Right. But when you sign it for the first time, sometimes we’re limited by what the integration partners give us.

As an example, Google Analytics will give us data for the lifetime of the for the full kind of lifetime of the account that you find. Facebook gives us a year’s data. So it depends on the integration partner. But, you know, if we have the data and we create the report, if we had that Facebook data and it was like two years time, we’d still have that data in that report.

[00:30:33.230] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
OK, awesome. Thank you for explaining that. The next one. Do we need to create the dashboards ourselves? Are there templates available for users to absolutely automate?

[00:30:45.490] – Chris (Oviond)
So we have one click templates. So for all of the dashboards, I mean, if we just go in here real quick, I’ll just give you guys an example and we went through it. I’m going to go through it one more time real quick. So if we go down to Dashboard’s over here, we don’t need anyone to go and create these things from scratch. We’ve gone ahead and created a whole lot of templates for you. So you can just scroll through the templates and you just click something that’s, you know, close to what you want.

And so. Absolutely. And this is where we ask that question. This is really a this is really a key part of where the product will go is to make sure that we keep building these amazing templates so that you guys really don’t have to think too much about what should we be putting on these dashboards or or what might be useful will be Bobbi’s for you. Obviously, a lot of users are kind of or really like, you know, the really.

Being in digital marketing for a long time, or maybe this is this is really their full time game and we cater for those guys, too, in terms of you can add anything in here from any connected data integration and you can spend the time building these dashboards. But the whole purpose of the platform is that it should be really, really quick and easy for you to deploy these things. I love that. That’s very helpful, thank you. A question is, so they like to you could have pictures and text.

[00:32:14.120] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Can you also add a feed link from social media or a blog?

[00:32:19.710] – Chris (Oviond)
It’s a great question, and you just think about the so the, um, something like I think it’s like an RSS feed. So at this point, no, at this point we’re looking at we’re looking at what’s happening in the what’s happening on the particular integration. So at this point, we don’t do anything like that. But I mean, it may be an interesting idea that we could add to the roadmap. Awesome.

[00:32:45.670] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Thank you. All right. Reports be set to go to clients on a recurring schedule that absolutely can and certainly want to find out as these questions come up.

[00:32:56.880] – Chris (Oviond)
Do you want me to quickly pop in and show you or do you just want like a yes or no answer?

[00:33:02.340] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
That’s up to you. This you can totally explain to us. I’d like to see it there.

[00:33:06.960] – Chris (Oviond)
Cool. No stress at all. So if we got down to reporting over here, so reporting, like I said, are more like timestamped events so we can go and look at any of these reports that we created in here. And when we’ve done that, there’s this little magic wand on the side. You can just hit that the. And then you can put the client’s address and you can say, you know, I’d like this to find a snapshot of the last seven days and I want it to be sent to them every week on a Tuesday.

And you can set this to run. And this would run every single week on a Tuesday and it would automatically refresh the data in this automation tab. You’d get automation history and you’d see all the automation events that was set up here. So you could look at every single report that was created in that particular automation sequence. All right, thanks so much. We do have a lot of questions here, so if you haven’t heard yours yet, we are going to get to it.

[00:34:01.540] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
We’re going to go in the order that they received. The next question that we have, are we able to create custom metrics?

[00:34:10.860] – Chris (Oviond)
Yes, so. And even if if it’s something that you’ve already gone over, you could just do yes or no answers because we are running on, you know, yes, you can.

So some kind of custom metrics, the. I’d like to say this, though, that for every single integration partner, we have brought in a lot of the most popular metrics, right? So you can create you can bring any of those metrics that we’ve created or that we have available in the library for that particular integration you’re able to bring in. Of course, because it’s such a kind of it’s fixing a big problem, obviously, with many, many, many data problems, sometimes there might be metrics that a particular user wants that we don’t have for that particular integration.

Those are really just those come in as requests and we’re able to kind of turn those around like in a couple of weeks or even in a week or two, because it’s really, really easy for us to bring like an edge case metric that comes in that’s not available if that makes sense.

[00:35:16.190] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
So users are able to just put a request through and we generally pop them in within a week or two. That’s awesome. All right, is there an API to connect to other third party products and do you support Web weblogs?

[00:35:30.950] – Chris (Oviond)
I’m at this point, we don’t know. I mean, that’s something that will obviously look at as we as we get to see a slightly more mature level with the product. But at this point in time. All right, with regards to Facebook reporting, is it possible to filter by ad set name or campaign name for building dashboards or reports?

You absolutely can use Coupal. Is there a way to customize readymade templates? Reports past this with custom success and HTML. But there’s no I’m sorry, the only customizations you can do is in the white label component to the app so you can set your chart colors, you can set your your brand, your icon, your logo and stuff.

But we don’t have access, Ed, to like so to change the shape of things and or anything like that. So it is limited in that regard. And one of the reasons it’s slightly limited is because it becomes very, very difficult, like with particular with dashboards and because, you know, there are lots of different screen sizes. And so we try to keep it as reliable as possible. It may be something we would look at in the future if the request came up, if the request came up in a.

[00:36:43.360] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Sure. Thank you. Is it possible to filter data within widgets, make a widget, show only data from a certain campaign or conversions only of a certain time?

[00:36:52.690] – Chris (Oviond)
Yes. Can you add more metrics like post previews to Instagram? Yes, I mean, if it’s something that is not on at the moment, and I assume maybe it’s had a look, I don’t know offhand if it is or if it isn’t, if it is something that’s not there during the campaign, during the launch, we’re kind of in a bit of a lock down in terms of new feature requests.

And but the management that runs, we’re certainly going to be looking at anything that pops up.

And I mean, Metrick Animatrix is a Superbook process, as I said. So we certainly will be doing that. So will there be a point where they can integrate competitor data? OK, so I think what the what the siblings are saying here is really looking at maybe this year data potentially.

[00:37:41.100] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
So we don’t have a and we don’t have a native S02 built into the platform. But you can integrate with. I mean, I know the guys from. I’m stretching, we can bring it home, let’s that’s to the integration’s or step step, which one of the previous deals on?

[00:37:59.900] – Chris (Oviond)
I’m assuming you can you can bring that competitor in those guys. All right, you answered a couple of questions just now, actually, so thanks for that. Can I protect the dashboard report by a password? That is a great question. That’s that’s one of our top feature requests, and that was actually it’s one of the things we’re building out right now released that will be within it within a week or two after the campaign is done.

[00:38:29.810] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
All right, we have had a few people, and I believe that you addressed this during the walk through, but if you could just give us just one answer. A few people have asked about client access to the portal, not just to reports. Will can they do it? Would they be able to do it without staying active clients?

[00:38:51.950] – Chris (Oviond)
Yeah. So that’s been a question that’s come up a few times and, you know, obviously through the forums and through the help center, it’s it’s not really the way that we engineered this tool so that the tool was set up to be used as a as a platform for digital agencies to create clients. And then we see the we see the digital agency or the digital marketing consultant really being the person that understands this world. And we didn’t really design it as something that clients would come into and mess around with and do their own thing on.

We think we know there are platforms that do that type of thing, but we just really didn’t see the value in copying that because. The veteran being a consultant or an agency is really is really to to sell and monetize that thought leadership. All of the only assets that you create in here for your clients, you know, these are all shareable. So if you create a group of dashboards for them, a group of reports for them or anything that is of value for them, they can jump in.

So in other words, we could come down here and we could choose to share all of these dashboards with the client and through a simple link and they would be able to jump in here. So I’ll just show you real quick, if, you know, if we do the share on this dashboard, we could have a look. So we could say you can choose which dashboard you want to be included in the sharing. If I was to share the site, you know, your clients to be able to pop in and have a look at every single one of these dashboards, we compete in your environment, branded your your your you know, your logo, your colors, everything else.

From a portal perspective, the answer to that is no. And that’s not something that we’re planning on changing.

[00:40:38.620] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
OK, thank you so much. So next question. Are you able to generate a report with certain filters in Google ads and Facebook ads? For example, if you want to do a report with only campaigns that include the name pizza.

[00:40:56.800] – Chris (Oviond)
And that’s a good question. So at this point, we don’t have kind of that level of advanced filtering foltyn. But I can tell you that it is a request.

Before we went on the on Unosumai, we’ve got we’ve got a whole bunch of pages in this platform. Obviously, they came with us to Beta and they continue to use it.

[00:41:17.440] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
And it’s one of the it’s one of the features that they are requesting. So I can tell you that it is something that you will see very shortly. Wonderful. Thank you. Is there a maximum number of clients for an account? Yes. So this is only, what, open limit? I mean, this is how we set up the different plans so as to give the civilians like an idea.

[00:41:39.800] – Chris (Oviond)
Generally, all of our competitors is limited by, like, the amount of dashboard’s you can have or the amount of reports you can have. The take that we have as you can have an unlimited amount dashboard’s and unlimited amounts of reports, but we limited by the amount of clients that you have. So that’s that’s right. So Amazon, Apple, Burger King, both on the line. Yes, absolutely. I mean, I think that the with the deals, I think we’re doing a a three step, which is up to about 200 of these.

It would be 200 of these clients. And within each of these, you can have an unlimited amount of Dashboard’s integrations and reports.

[00:42:18.380] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Awesome. So on the same topic, talking about the deal set up, what are the exclusive add ons for three code stack?

[00:42:29.690] – Chris (Oviond)
The add on that we have negotiated with the FEMA team is really just to bring more clients on. So if a million buys a 200 client package, so in other words, two hundred these on Amazon, Apple, Burger King, if they’re back to the clients, if they maxed out on their two hundred, we just wanted a way to give them the ability to add more on because obviously I wouldn’t want to max out and then not be able to use the tool because they’re maxed out.

And in the case that didn’t max out, the add on is really just to say it’s an additional two dollars billion bought in batches of 10. So for for 20 dollars, they’d be able to get another 20 clients in. And that would be a recurring and that would be a recurring monthly kind of fee that would need to come off. It’s half the price of what we would regularly charge a client. But remember, that would first have the base of 200 clients to use and then add that over and above.

So we were really talking about big agents, big consultancy, sort of. You said.

[00:43:33.710] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Sure. All right. Question. Do you plan to add more languages? The user specified French. Yes, thank you so much for the question. And again, it’s a very, very popular quiz. We’ve got a lot of users and users from before this campaign and also TV users that have put the request in. It is something we’re looking at very closely. And it’s not a major from an engineering perspective. It’s not a major. So I can tell you that, again, it’s something that we’ll look at quite soon.

[00:44:05.570] – Chris (Oviond)
Sure could. OK, for aggregate data, could I show the average conversion rate of all my clients and each client’s report? And if yes, can I filter that by state or industry? Could you just repeat the question for me? Sure, for aggregate data. Could I show the average conversion rate of all my clients and each client’s report? And if yes, can I filter that by state or industry? I got you.

I got your budget. So the so what we’re looking at here is the. So this is a view of each individual client rights that we’re looking at, like as an example, Amazon, Apple, Burger King, and what the siblings are asking is they want to look at the metrics of these three kind of blended together.

So they may want to look at like an average of how many of like a social media following or an average conversion rate to across these three clients.

So the answer and there and there actually are a few people asking about, you know, comparing data of two clients and things of that sort got just liquidity to our road map.

So so the idea here, it’s called an agency.

Of course, everyone agency tools and the if the answer is right now, no, but it’s a big part of our own internal roadmap to get that out. So because we’re bringing in all the connected data from all of the, you know, across all of the clients that knocked out and kind of a very siloed view here. So specifically for Amazon, specifically for Apple. And what we are adding and we are actually we have a version of this that we’re working with internally is an ad agency to have case.

When you hit the agency tab, you’re going to be able to to create that exact thing, to bring in data from Amazon, Apple, Burger King, bring it together. And then we’re also bringing in data mashups. So we’ll have a couple of predefined data mashups here, Bill, to look at like an example that would be total media spend across lines. So you could look at Facebook, how much of this is in place across Apple or, you know, those data mashups would obviously become come in based on based on request and based on output.

Yeah, we absolutely are working on that. Wonderful.

[00:46:46.550] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
If a business has multiple accounts for a single social platform, can each be added to a single client? So multiple Twitter accounts, multiple Instagram accounts. No need to you, I have that you’d need to have a client connected to a Facebook page or a client connected to OK. Yes, it would it would need to be one one year if you want to.

[00:47:17.060] – Chris (Oviond)
And maybe let me just clarify that, like, often that happens if you have a couple of different branches. So, you know, you might have like you might have the same brand, but they might have stores in different areas so that those would each become a clients and become like, you know, the name of the client and the area, you know the name of the client and yet the area.

So that that would be a different client because in principle, it’s different branch and.

[00:47:41.960] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Sure, sure. All right. So a couple more questions on limits. Is there a user limit for your team?

[00:47:50.510] – Chris (Oviond)
No, not for any plans that are open.

What about a max number of widgets per report? Reports are completely unlimited, dashboard’s all in, so I can explain that. It is quite a popular question, and I just want to make it clear, so Dashboard’s obviously these here. So these are limited to 20 widgets per dashboard. And the reason for that is people are using these dashboards, you know, to display on like a like a big screen in the office, or they use them to to look at data.

And a quick overview, if you start loading these with with two or three hundred widgets, that becomes super, super, super slow. So the idea with these is that they kind of just little snapshots. The way to get around that limit is just to go and add more dashboards so you can have a social media dashboard. You could have like a Web traffic dashboard. You can have like a you know, you could have maybe a digital dashboard, whatever it might be.

And the way to do that is just to pick between that the there is an idea of one where the widget is the modification. So the idea is that these are really like a really super lightweight, as simple as possible.

[00:49:10.680] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
The reports are completely unlimited, and the reason for that is the reports are set up and from from an engineering perspective, the reports are set up in a way that every page is a container. So we’re able to really you can add as many pages and as many widgets as you like to reports. But the limites with dashboards is that they become really sluggish when you start loading loads and loads of widgets on them. OK, thank you. All right, so simoleons, if you have any questions that you would desperately like answered, go ahead and leave those in the Q&A box now.

We’re going to do an up last look through of something that seem urgent. This there was a wants to know about something that came up in an ABC e-mail comment, a question about how far I’m going to combine this into two questions they ask how far away is data matching where you can get record reports of total social media followers? But I also want to urge you to just speak again if you can just point us to the road map. And a lot of people have asked about estimated dates and future plans and can you do certain things?

[00:50:29.270] – Chris (Oviond)
So I want to make sure that everybody’s being heard. Can you just show them one more time where they can go ahead and submit requests or check on the when things will become an? Absolutely.

Let me address the first question first regarding data mash ups, data mash ups.

Again, I say it’s a it’s a popular request for us, you know, so obviously this launch, we’re going to go into another another fairly heavy development phase, but we’ll be looking at all the popular requests and knocking them out.

It’s not a big one. I imagine that the mash ups kind of a major sometime and we’d have we’d have a small library of popular data mash ups.

On the second question around integration’s and roadmaps, there are two places we can go for that and some on the front and on the front. End the website just right at the bottom here. You can look at road map and changelog if you’re in the airport or on the website front and you’re also able to just click on a little. A little. And it’s comfortable down the bottom here and inside the you can submit an idea. So if there is anything you want to submit, you can submit a.

You can also view the idea of Odran inside the little bubble that we just got a few ideas and you’re able to select by category. So you can see that Google map business is kind of the next integration that will be building and so on and so forth. And as soon as we move these into into building, you’ll see some of them that are a little bit further down. They are building.

[00:51:55.760] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
And the reason for that is just because they are all kind of closer aligned with with with the general strategy of the product. But if they’re on here and they’re popular, we’re going to build them. Wonderful. All right. Is there any plan to combine data from different integrations such as Google ads and Facebook to calculate information like return on investment or total ad spend across all platforms?

[00:52:21.850] – Chris (Oviond)
Great question. The answer to that is yes. And then and I apologize if your question was missed, I promise I’m not avoiding you, I just there are a lot of questions. It’s a good problem to have. So, Marcel, with regards to Google Analytics, can you compare sessions from two different months in one graph?

No, that is personal, but no, you can’t at this point, I mean, it’s something that has been spoken about and requested and it’s certainly something that we may look at graphic.

Can you see who made changes to report and when? Yes. Like a like a changelog. Yeah, and again, a good question, and at this point, no, I mean, it’s a great idea. It’s saying that we have spoken about, but we don’t have a time on that at this point.

[00:53:21.090] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
All right. Can we send reports to different clients in different time zones? Yeah, absolutely, I figure. All right, that is all we have time for today. But you are. Oh there is. OK, Marsella. One other, you connect Facebook, you can only see a personal page. How can I select my business page?

[00:53:48.110] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
Well, I wonder if you could you could read a ticket for that. And we.

[00:53:52.590] – Chris (Oviond)
That’s what I was thinking to. Yeah.

That and it’s something we could definitely look at. And maybe just before we end of Lindsay, I just want to just thank everybody so much. Amazing, overwhelming support for the product. It’s truly been humbling for us. And we’re obviously a we’re we’re a strong team, but we’re we’re not a huge team, but we’re working as hard as possible to get on top of the the endless stream of questions. And we’re really grateful. And for every single question that comes in, that’s I every single thing to know that we’re working super hard to be on top of everything.

I promise you, you guys will get on top of it. Wonderful. Thank you so much, Chris. Hi again, everybody. I really appreciate you all taking the time to join us for this webinar. Chris, I appreciate you so much for joining us today. Simoleons, if you have not already redeemed your cover, Obion, I highly recommend you head over to ABC right now. And as an absolute icon beyond, you can find it under Brouse.

[00:54:54.290] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
It’s starting right now, which is forty nine dollars and it’s backed by APSA most 60 day guarantee. So you can go ahead and get set up, start playing around with your reports. Let us know if comments how it’s working for you. And of course, if you have any further questions, go ahead and leave those del page if you have any questions about your specific account. You can always submit a support ticket. And of course, this was a very popular webinar, which leads me to believe this might be a pretty popular deal.

[00:55:23.450] – Lindsay (AppSumo)
So all of your patience has been wonderful. Thank you so much, Simelane. Thank you so much, Chris.

[00:55:30.320] – Chris (Oviond)
Everybody have a great day. No problem. Thank you so much. Thank you.

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