Duplicates Field

Duplicates Field

Hey!

I know you can filter out duplicates by these types of fields:

  • Email Address
  • Full Name
  • Last Name
  • Microsoft Type
  • Updated At

But is there a way to create a new filter by Company Name or by Domain? I would like to know how many duplicates I have within the same company.

Thanks!

Emma

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Re: Duplicates Field

Hi Emmanuelle,

No, the list is limited to these fields.

-Greg

Re: Duplicates Field

Thanks Grégoire. That's just too bad Alright, I will do without this data then, or will try to find another tool to help me de-duping these leads.

Thanks!

Emma

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Re: Duplicates Field

You could add in the Company Name as an additional filter:

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Company Name should match the name you are searching for, changing this field to contains may capture more people. Without this filter, you can sort duplicates by company name in the Lead tab, that will show you Dupes per company.

Re: Duplicates Field

Hi Frank Breen

Thanks, but that's not quite what I am looking for.

I want to find out which Companies have duplicate contacts, and not necessarily with the same email address (without going through all my leads in Marketo one by one). For example, I'd like to find that in Company A there are 3 contacts: contact1@companyA.com, contact2@companyA.com, contact3@companyA.com.

Re: Duplicates Field

Hi again Emmanuelle,

I am afraid you will have to do this in Excel

-Greg

Re: Duplicates Field

I think so too...

Thanks!

Re: Duplicates Field

I believe you could accomplish this by grouping on a custom column, as long as you accept that a Contains filter is not actually accurate when it comes to domain names.  (For this reason I recommend keeping a separate field with just the domain name so you can do an exact match.)

Based on what you've said so far, I don't know if "Duplicates" is the right word here. It's true that multiple unique emails at the same company are possible duplicates (if the emails are aliases) but far more often they are different contacts at the same company, and not what would traditionally be called dupes.

In any case the pain of building out that report for a one-time deal probably isn't worth it, since you can get this done in Excel faster.