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The code has been flowing all summer here at Streak HQ in pursuit of several major product launches. You’re already enjoying several improvements (teams, box redesign) resulting from our preparatory work, but today we’re extra proud to show you the first milestone release: Introducing Streak Contacts!
Allow us to start by highlighting four reasons you’ll be excited to use Streak Contacts:
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We know any one of those features is cause for celebration. Before we get carried away, let’s take a step back and discuss the concept of Contacts within Streak (Organizations will be a separate topic). We considered two major pain points when designing Contacts:
1. Boxes that include many people (plus phone numbers, social profiles, and other details)
Example: You’re working on a software sale. Each box represents an opportunity/lead, and you want to easily track multiple people from the lead company.
2. Multiple boxes that include the same person (and their details)
Example: You run a support pipeline. Each box represents a new support ticket. When you add the person who is generating the ticket, you’ll be able to easily see all other tickets containing the same Contact.
3 Quick FAQ’s
New Features Coming!
Adding more functionality to Contacts is our current priority. We’d also to hear your thoughts! Compliments and criticism are both equally welcome — we want to know how you’re using Contacts, what works great and what can be improved.
Drop us a line at: firstname.lastname@example.org