Create "one-time" triggered reports

Create "one-time" triggered reports

The ability to create "one-time" triggered reports that live in the flow step of a campaign. Instead of choosing from a subscription of daily, weekly, monthly - this feature would allow a person to choose any day/month for their report to deploy. So for instance if you need to send a single report to the campaign owner 3 days after an email was sent - you could simply choose from a pick list the specific month/day/year (and maybe even time of day). The campaign owner would receive this "one time report" 3 days after you send the email.

This seems like a basic functionality that is missing from Marketo. Most of my account executives do not want recurring reports - they just want one.

Level 10 - Champion Alumni

We actually have a need for this type of automated report over report subscriptions.  Our ops team spends too much time manually executing and sending email reports xx number of days after a campaign has been activated.  I would like this feature to be separate from report subscriptions since there is a cap to the number of subscriptions you can have; and would need to spend time managing this.  A simple triggered report capability would be so valuable.

Here are a couple of other related ideas that would allow this same functionality to happen:

Not applicable

We have need for this as well.  After we send various email campaigns, we currenlty have to go in and manually pull an email performance report and send to a list of internal people.  It's very labor-intenstive.  We need a way to auto-send the results of a given campaign x days after it's deployed.  The current "subscription" options only include recurring reports.  We need a one-time option.

Level 2

I can't emphasize enough how much of a necessity this is! One-time reporting is completely unmanageable, especially for a large org with 15+ million contacts and hundreds of campaigns running every week. Is this request still being reviewed since 2015???

Community Manager
Status changed to: Open Ideas