Marketo Admins have certain privileges in Sales Insight. Learn what they are below.
These credentials are used to connect your Salesforce account to your Marketo instance, in order to use MSI in Salesforce.
These credentials are used to connect your Salesforce account to your Marketo instance, in order to use MSI Insights Dashboard in Salesforce.
You can choose to remove Rest API credentials in SFDC and use only Soap APIs. This will disable the Insights Dashboard
By default, Marketo Sales Insight uses the Lead Score field to calculate stars and flames. But if you want to pick a different field, here’s how:
In the Admin area of Marketo, click Sales Insight.
Under Lead Scoring Settings, click Edit.
Select the field you want to use for stars.
Select the field you want to use for flames.
Click Save. Sales insight will take some time to re-calculate. You can check your CRM later to see the stars and flames.
If you don’t already have your custom score fields, here’s how to create them.
You can choose the from following unsubscribe settings for No Template, Standard Emails & Operational emails
Enable ability to lock templates:
When enabled, MSI users will not be able to edit templates while sending emails from Salesforce
Enable RSS Feed:
When enabled, MSI users can view their Lead Feed in an RSS feed (in addition to the Lead Feed in Salesforce). RSS feed can only function if the “Token Expiration” feature is disabled.
Token Expiration is controlled in the Feature Manager. To have it enabled/disabled, reach out to Marketo Support. When enabled, all Marketo tokens expire within 10 minutes. When disabled, Marketo tokens will not expire.
Tokens generated before enabling Token Expiration will not have an expiration time to validate against, so they won’t expire even if the feature is currently enabled.
Tokens generated after enabling Token Expiration will have an expiration time of 10 minutes, so they’ll still expire in 10 minutes even after the feature is disabled.
Token behavior will be based on when it was generated (when the Token Expiration feature was enabled/disabled, rather than its current feature status).