Hi team, I'd like to submit this feature request for dynamic content to be set up using "today's date" or something like it.
Purpose: after our webinars have occurred, I'd like our thank-you page to change content from something that offers an "add to calendar" link, to something that offers a link to the recording. It would work by switching over if "today's date" is after whatever the date of the webinar is.
I was surprised to find out that current segmentation/scoring is incapable of distinguishing a record who visited 1 page during their session vs a record who visited 20 pages during their session. To eloqua this all falls under the umbrella of "visited website 1 time". I was under the impression that we could segment/score based on the # of pages someone visited. This is not the case, you can only segment/score based on the # of "sessions" a user racks up (meaning they have to close their browser/tab for a session to complete). Upon learning this is not core functionality, it was suggested that i offer this up as an idea to see if it gets traction. What do you all think?
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When we are doing a sandbox refresh the Salesforce Integration app is not copied from PROD.
It is useful to have Salesforce integration app copied from PROD.
Not allowing a backup or migration of the actions and imports in the SFDC app is a big miss on Oracle’s part. Having to rebuild the imports and actions after each refresh, over time, will be extremely resource heavy. It’ll also significantly increase the opportunities for errors and the number hours troubleshooting them.
Business Use Case:
We are having to create separate forms in LinkedIn for EACH ad in order to pass the ad id to salesforce. This can become a problem when we have a large number of ads and have to create many different forms for each of the different ads. Ideally we would like to only create 1 form for the campaign and have the different ad id’s pass through to Eloqua through that 1 form. This will help us minimize the number of forms we create and get the ad/creative ID passed to salesforce with each submission. We would then be able to report on MQLs and Opportunity dollars from each ad.
Here is the brief description of how this feature is expected to work:
• Linkedin doesn’t pass ID's but it does pass URN values
• Eloqua does not pull in any meta data (ID's, urns, etc). Since Eloqua doesn't pull in those values, there's nothing to pass over to SFDC
• We need Eloqua to pull in the URN values to pass to SFDC
Click Map or Heat Map reporting is currently on Email Assets only. It would be nice if we have it also on Landing Pages.
Our Cloud Operations Team is currently investigating an incident where clients on POD 3 and POD 4 cannot access secure landing pages.
Would love to see a design-editor style WYSIWYG available within the Dynamic Content editor. Currently stylizing things like buttons, etc. is more complicated and time consuming in just the rich text editor.
My dream is to be able to choose the Last Modified/ Last Created/ First Created CDO Record when using Signatures Rules with a Key Field that is a CDO field. This is important when the CDO is setup so that one contact can have more than 1 record.
Currently, the Signature Rule setup is to always choose the First Created record.
According to Oracle Support :
"The exact behaviour for Signature Rules is:
- Order CDO records by Date Created in Ascending order.
- Pick the first record in the ordered list.
Therefore it will always pick the first created CDO record, not the last created. Unfortunately there is no any resolution or workaround to reach the goal."
If we can choose Last Modified/ Last Created/ First Created on the Signature Rule like we do with Field Merges, that'd be great.
Better yet, as this other idea was posted in the dream it, use Field Merges direclty within the Email setup rather than the tedious Signature Rules setup: https://community.oracle.com/topliners/discussion/4403956/using-field-merges-on-email-sender-settings
Thanks for the upvote !
In the native integration we were able to pass a link to Salesforce task object showing Form Submission data.
However, in the Salesforce Integration App this does not seem possible. Please provide this parity feature in the App!
The enhancement request ticket is EMCS-133480.
The native integration allowed an auto-synch to import directly into a picklist but it's not available in the new app.
This dreamit is to add the functionality to import any Salesforce object into a picklist.