LeadManager: Standard Reports: Confirmed Duplicate Report    



  • Returning Duplicates
  • Un-Confirming A Mistakenly Confirmed Duplicate
  • Automating your Duplicate Reconciliation and Merging
  • Merge Rules Tab
  • Flagging Leads as Duplicates
  • Duplicate Notifications





  • LeadManager – Advanced Edition only






Leads that are identified by the system and confirmed by a user as duplicates will appear in the Confirmed Duplicate Report. This report is useful for returning leads. You can also un-confirm leads if you find you have confirmed them as duplicates in error.



To Navigate to the report, got to Menu>Reporting>Duplicate Reports>Confirmed Duplicate Report






Returning Duplicates

  •  Run the report with a particular campaign, or lead source, selected.
  • These leads are all confirmed duplicates purchased from that single provider.
  • Click the Export to Excel button to generate a spreadsheet of these leads that you can use to return them.






Un-Confirming A Mistakenly Confirmed Duplicate


If you find that leads have mistakenly been confirmed as duplicates, you can un-confirm the duplicate relationship, and the leads will again move through the pipeline as two separate individual leads.


  1. To un-confirm leads that were mistakenly confirmed as duplicates, click the UnConfirm 




  1. Click the UnConfirm button to terminate the duplicate relationship between the leads.





Automating your Duplicate Reconciliation and Merging


If you decide that you do not need to manually confirm or deny every identified duplicate, you can automate the reconciliation and merging of duplicate leads on a by program basis. Meaning that if you are confident that a particular duplicate program is returning only real duplicates, and no false positives, you can set reconciliation and merge rules for that duplicates identified by that program.


  1. Go to Menu>Lead Management>Duplicate Management




  1. Click the Editlink to edit the program




  1. On the Add/Edit Duplicate Program page, Change the Reconciliation radio button from Manual to Automatic




  1. Click the Auto Reconciliation Rulestab



  1. Use this form to define the rules for automatic duplicate reconciliation



  • The default values on this form will match an identified duplicate with the oldest existing lead and select the existing lead as a parent. You can also specify an action to be taken on duplicates that are automatically reconciled by this program.
  • The settings on this tab take the step of confirming the identified duplicates. To automate the next step, merging confirmed duplicates, click the Merge Rules





Merge Rules Tab


Use this form to select fields that will be merged when this program reconciles duplicates.



Note that this form affects automatic and manual duplicate reconciliation in slightly different ways.

  • Automatic:When a program uses automatic reconciliation the fields added here will be automatically merged.
  • Manual:When a program uses manual reconciliation the fields added here will be selected by default at the Parenting/Merging stage of the reconciliation. (See the “Parenting and Merging” section of this document for more information.) 




Flagging Leads as Duplicates


In some cases duplicate leads will not be caught by duplicate programs. For example the lead Bill Williams and William Willams may refer to the same person, but will not be caught by a duplicate program. When a user identifies a duplicate they can flag the lead as a duplicate, removing it from the lead queue and causing it to require reconciliation by a manager or admin.

When a user identifies duplicates on the View Leads page






Note that the Flag as Duplicate option can also be accessed by clicking the Options button on the View Edit Lead page.







Duplicate Notifications


On the Client Settings page, you can determine whom you want to receive Duplicate Lead Program Notifications by clicking the Edit Notification Settings link.





On the Duplicate Program Notifications Settings page select and add the users you want to receive duplicate lead alerts.



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