What is Microsoft Dynamics 365
Benefits of Integrating Dynamics 365 and Leadfeeder
From Leadfeeder, after you setup your Microsoft 365 Dynamics 365 integration, you’ll be able to see which website visitors are “Found in CRM,” and exist in your Dynamics 365 already. From Leadfeeder, you can create new Leads, Accounts, Tasks and Opportunities to create a pipeline in your CRM based on your website visitor behaviors.
Set your custom filter to help you understand the behavior of Leads, Accounts and Opportunities that spend the most time on your website. This allows Leadfeeder to automatically update your Dynamics 365 with details about select companies visiting your website.
Once you setup these filters, you can see in your Dynamics 365 CRM what Accounts and Leads spent the most time looking at on your website. Now you can easily qualify a promising company and choose which member of your sales team is the Lead or the Account owner, and you can then send this information via email notifications, Slack notifications or other actions using our Zapier integration.
From Leadfeeder to Microsoft Dynamics 365 you can:
- See all existing companies visiting your site that are already connected to Dynamics 365
- Manage leads that were created in Leadfeeder
- You can manage the CRM lead owner, opportunities that were created in Leadfeeder, opportunity owner, opportunity stage and lastly, CRM opportunity status
How to get started
First step, go to integrations.leadfeeder.com and select the Leadfeeder account you want to connect to your Dynamics 365. Then, read these simple support articles below to get your account setup properly, or contact us via the Chat feature in your Leadfeeder interface: