Being able to quickly edit and correct data for updates and fixes is critical to keeping your CRM data healthy. But updating your data can be difficult.

Editing data inside of your CRM is often too time-consuming. You don't have time to filter the data, open individual records, find the correct field, and edit it every time that you need to make an update. 

With Insycle, quickly editing and correcting data is simple yet powerful. 

Process Summary:

  1. Filter Your Records
  2. Edit Field Data

Step 1: Filter Your Records

Quick edits and updates are done in the Grid Edit module.

In Step 1, you filter our database down to only those records that you would like to edit and update, based on rules.

In this example, we'll use Insycle to filter for records that do not currently have any data in the First Name field.

Click the "Search" button and contacts that match your filter will show up just below the filter.

Additionally, you have the ability to choose what fields will be visible for each record that matches your criteria. Select the "Layout" tab.

Here, you can add or remove fields from the Grid Edit module.

With your filter set, a preview of the fields that match this filter will be generated at the bottom of the screen.

Here, you can view and select individual records for update using the checkbox next to the record.

Step 2: Edit Field Data

With your Filter set, Insycle will generate a table of all matching records. In our example, all records that do not have a value in the "First Name" field will show up.

You can quickly edit any field directly in Insycle by clicking on the pencil icon when you hover over a field.

When you click this, a text box will appear in a popup window. It will contain the existing value, but you can edit it directly in the text box.

Press Enter, or click the Save option below the text box. As soon as you save the field, the updated field is pushed to your live database.

When you are satisfied with your filter and want to save it for future data update tasks, you can add it as a new template using the "+" button, and then save it using the save disk button.

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