Last updated on October 31, 2023
Hey everyone! Lovely seeing you again, back with more exciting Lumoa updates! We have had a doozy of a month, with lots of features that we think will make Lumoa better for you. Let’s get started!
As you have hopefully noticed, the new Custom page in Lumoa has replaced our previous Impact. The custom page brings with it:
If you want some inspiration for how to use the new custom page, check out this webinar on Enhanced Monthly Reporting that shows how you can make custom views like the one below. You can also refer to our Custom Page help doc for more detail.
Our default Insight type is now GPT Summaries, but we wanted to comment that the other insight types still exist – and can give you valuable information about your data!
Below you can see me swap to our Actionable Insights type and Lumoa tells us that, of the people who are responding to our churn survey, a common thread is the word “update”. you can also select this insight to see that data:
Groups in Lumoa allows you to control what your users can see and do in Lumoa. As an example, you could make a group titled “Swedish Team” and make it so that users in that group can only see data that came from “Country = Sweden”.
Previously, the Groups page used AND logic, but now it uses OR logic for determining permissions. Lets go through what that means with an example. Assume there are two Groups:
Under the previous logic, if a user was apart of both groups, they would only see feedback that came from Sweden and Germany. But its kind of hard for a single feedback to come from two different countries at the same time.
This is why we changed the logic. Moving forward, a user apart of the two above groups can see any data that was submitted from either Germany or Sweden. More info can be read about this in our knowledge base.
We made a few new guides to help get new users to Lumoa up and running, as well as to expand knowledge for veteran users. Note that you will need to be logged in to Lumoa in order to access certain guides:
That’s all folks! Thanks for reading!
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