New Facebook Ads integration, merge columns with a separator and sort multiple columns
Facebook Ads integration
Running Facebook ads and trying to analyze your spent and best performing channels? We got you. Our latest updates allow Intersect to connect to your Ad Account and provide up to 23 columns for you to analyze for each of your campaign levels, across different time periods.
Merge multiple columns with a separator
In cases where you have separate columns with values that need to be mixed into one, you can use the merge multiple columns block. You can set a special character like “/” or “,”, that will be used to merge all the columns you specify. One use-case for this is when you have your day, month and year data types stored in multiple columns, and you want to merge them into one consistent column, using the “/” or “-” symbol.
Sort data by multiple columns
The new sorting block lets you sort multiple columns by ascending or descending order. You may use this block to sort your monthly sales data by month to look for variances in sales volume, or you can use it to rank some scoring in a lead scoring column. The possibilities are endless.
New Dashboard block, Typeform integration and redesign to the "Block" menu
New Dashboard block
If you want to quickly gain insights into the most important aspects of your data - then you need a dashboard, and now, you can create one with Intersect! Your notebooks now support the Dashboard block, which lets you create a custom collection of charts, tables and notes in one step.
Marketers can group charts and analyze most performing channels, sales ops can break down the sales funnel, and executives can create insightful KPI dashboards - in just a few clicks.
Integration with Typeform
Are you using Typeform to fuel your surveys and forms? If the answer is yes, then this integration is for you. With the newest integration on Intersect, you can connect all your typeforms and analyze how your audience interacts with your forms in real time so you can adjust what you do — and convert more.
Redesigned Block menu
In order to make the process of finding a block much faster, we have redesigned the “Block” menu. The building-blocks in Intersect are now grouped in separate folders. For example, if you go into “Work with data” you can only access the blocks in that category. Similarly, if you access the “Import data” block, then you will only be able to see the importing options. Nevertheless, you can always use the search bar or move around the folder tree to locate the blocks you're looking for.
Integration with Domo, and two new blocks: horizontal join and running total
Integration with Domo
If you are looking for ways to extract your data from Domo, and reorganize the data, or do your own analysis of it - you would benefit from our newest integration with Domo.
You can now pull your Domo data in your workspace on Intersect, and integrate it with your data notebooks, in a few clicks.
Merge two datasets with horizontal join
In many cases, your data will be stored in different places. You might have your customer data in a Postgres database, and your sales data in Salesforce. We support many integrations that let you pull data from all these sources. However, you also need to be able to merge these tables. From now on, it is very easy to do that with the newest “Horizontal join” block.
With this block, you can merge your tables using four types of joins. In just a few clicks, you’ll have your data merged and ready for analysis.
Running total block
Sometimes you want to display the cumulative sum of your values as they grow with time. That’s why we built the “Running total” block on Intersect, that lets you view the total contribution so far of a given measure against time.
For a SDR, the sales manager may have to calculate a running total to keep track of their progress until they reach their quota. For an inventory manager, it may be analyzing a running total to be able to keep track of inventory. With the new “Running total” block you can do this in a couple of clicks!