Whenever you open a drilldown by clicking on some aspect of an existing widget, it opens a view of relevant records.
Over to the right, you'll see the filters that are specific to the segment you've drilled down on. Note that this only shows filters that are applied in addition to what you have in the search, so if you've filtered in the search already those specifications will not show up here. The "Add Filter" button you see will apply the current filters of your segment to your overall search, effectively allowing you to quifckly narrow down your search in increasingly specific ways based on what you find interesting.
There are also three additional views you can explore:
The sentiments view operates similarly to the Top Wins, Issues, and Risks you find on the Sentiments dashboard. This will show you statements that are positively charged (wins), neutrally charged and stating a problem (issues), and negatively charged (risks). They're sometimes grouped by similarity; you can click on a stack to expand it or click on an individual verbatim to drill down into the record view for the conversation where it occurred.
This view shows lets you explore tags applied to records as constrained by your current selection. It will choose default views for you showing the co-occurrence of your selection with various tags, as well as any relevant verbatims for applied tags as well. You can change the selected "Group" or "Tag" by clicking on the name of the current group/tag. In addition, as usual you can click on any individual verbatims to jump into the relevant record.
The Tags view is the best way to view all individual statements that are powering a particular tag, whether it's our standard Health Indicators or a custom model we've built for your team. Reviewing these can help you provide us with valuable feedback to improve these models in the future.
The participants view shows you the same widgets you'd typically see on the Volume Dashboard: Customer Engagement and Team Effort . This gives you an easy way to drill down without modifying your search and understand who is actually participating in a conversation.
Updated about 1 year ago