Regardless of the approach you choose for sending, it’s likely you’ll have important information about the customer or transaction that would be helpful in providing context for their feedback. You may want to know how new customers feel in comparison to returning customers. Or you may want to compare feedback from customers of different product lines.
You can also send along very specific information about the customer such as a UserID. You’ll then have a unique identifer that you can use to tie that customer back to your other internal systems.
The above segmentations are easily achieved using what we call Properties. Properties allow you to instantly segment feedback into categories that are meaningful to your business. For example our fictitious clothing company Hem & Stitch might add a property for the product a customer purchased, a property for where they bought it, and a property for the state in which they bought it. Then in their Delighted dashboard they could filter to see their NPS® and feedback for customers who purchased The Classic Oxford, at a retail store, in California – without any technical knowledge or complex database queries.
You can add properties very easily. When you import people you’ll send along the properties you want, and we’ll take care of the rest. There are no restrictions on the type or quantity of properties you can send. It’s totally up to you.
The majority of our customers opt to send as many properties as possible, even if they do not plan to filter on them initially. This approach keeps the door open to retroactive filtering you may want to perform in the future on all feedback you’ve collected to date.
Check out our properties guide for a more in-depth look at segmenting your feedback.Next section: Adding people regularly