Dooly is the best for teams looking to move quickly
May 04, 2022

Dooly is the best for teams looking to move quickly

Alex Amerling | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Dooly.AI

Problem: Salesforce is slow to update and annoying. Solution: A fast tool that can really help me update the platform so so fast.

Dooly really gets it right, they are focused on making the simple tasks that should be simple in SFDC, actually easy to use again. It seems ridiculous that you need another product to do this, but you do, and this is the one you should be using.
  • It is fast and pulls my lists of accounts so so fast.
  • It's easy to take notes and pull in historical context.
  • I can clearly see the activity on my account.
  • Sometimes there is a challenge in getting the right list of opportunities to show up.
  • I'm not sure if this is possible, but it would be great to see dashboards on this platform too.
  • The list of opps.
  • Being able to easily change opportunities, take notes and track everything in one place.
  • Ease of use
  • No negative here, its really all awesome.
Salesforce IQ is the only system that I have used in the past, it was so slow, such a terrible product that Dooly just works.

I think that's just the thing here, Dooly isn't hard, it's not complicated, it just does what it is supposed to do! Take notes easily, outline opportunities and next steps. This shouldn't be a problem, but it is with SFDC, since its so damn slow.

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Good: Anyone who has to update SFDC daily, should be using Dooly. It's the only place you should be looking at to house your comments, and notes, move around accounts and update your pipeline. It's just so so so much easier Bad: If you need to move complex deals. The tool is meant to be really simple, and so I have a feeling if you have a super complex version of SFDC, it's gonna be hard to pull off.