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Hi, a long post, 2…

Hi, a long post, 2 questions: New Comments? count and OnBoarding Sales using P2.

  1. An observation of using this P2 feedback. I had 76 “New Comments” and 27 “New Posts”. When I click New Comments, and scroll down, I clicked 3 “Read Posts”. Then I refreshed P2 homepage and I was expecting to see New Posts go down to 24. But it did not. Also, “New Comments” is now “All caught up”, so 76 went to 0? This confused me, what am I missing? I thought I had 76 comments to scroll through and I only scrolled through some. Thanks.
  2. A second question or request for comments, do you have suggestions for if P2 is used to document a Sales Process? If I am a beginner on a sales team, and I need to learn the Process, perhaps P2 with more experienced sales people documenting their turning points in a Sales Process, I could ramp up with actual examples, gain insight into common sales rebuttals, common custom preference. My pros and cons:
    a) Sales is Chronological so it fits P2.
    b) It seems overkill and Sales executives probably do not want to “document” their skill
    c) Is it best to just start using P2?
    d) Have any employees/teams complained about P2 taking too much time?

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New Feature – P2 compact view

We have been working on compact view as a display option (as discussed here) and it is now a feature on all P2s. You can find the display options menu just below the front page editor. Currently each user controls their own display options. With this we’ve added a simplified and condensed view mode for a different, more email-style P2 consumption. There are more things to come with the display options and we will update you.

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