Job title in organisation view

On an organisation page, under 'people' on the left hand side, could I suggest the feature of displaying a contacts Job Title next to their name so that you do not have to click on 'view all' each time?

For us this is something that we really require.

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  • Bert Calatz
    Bert Calatz Community Driver Posts: 79
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    edited April 29 #2

    That's a very good suggestion @Lindsey Barton.  And / or displaying the label for instance. What we do here is labeling persons within the DMU. For instance influencer, decision maker, user and so on. If you have companies with more contact persons, you will immediately see everyone's role. 

  • Mike van der Valk
    Mike van der Valk Posts: 4,387 PIPEDRIVE PRODUCT MANAGER
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    edited June 6 #3

    Thanks for sharing @Lindsey Barton I've passed on your suggestion to the team. In the meantime the best workaround (I agree, not ideal) is to add the job title in the name itself so you can see it on first sight. 

    Another option, is to look at the person list view, include the job title field and filter for persons who work in a specific organisation for example. But also needs some extra steps to achieve.

    Anyways, I've passed it along, thanks for sharing with us!

  • Lindsey Barton
    Lindsey Barton Posts: 3
    edited May 2020 #4

    Thanks for sharing @Lindsey Barton I've passed on your suggestion to the team. In the meantime the best workaround (I agree, not ideal) is to add the job title in the name itself so you can see it on first sight. 

    Another option, is to look at the person list view, include the job title field and filter for persons who work in a specific organisation for example. But also needs some extra steps to achieve.

    Anyways, I've passed it along, thanks for sharing with us!

    Thank you @Mike van der Valk  It is much appreciated.

    We have started to add the job title in the name itself, but this is causing issues when we export the contacts.

    Thank you for passing on to the team.

  • Albert_82625
    Albert_82625 Posts: 2
    edited May 25 #5

    Thanks for sharing @Lindsey Barton I've passed on your suggestion to the team. In the meantime the best workaround (I agree, not ideal) is to add the job title in the name itself so you can see it on first sight. 

    Another option, is to look at the person list view, include the job title field and filter for persons who work in a specific organisation for example. But also needs some extra steps to achieve.

    Anyways, I've passed it along, thanks for sharing with us!

    Hi @Mike van der Valk ,

    I am a new user of Pipedrive and I share the same interest of displaying the job title for each contact on the organization view. At least on the modal popup that is shown when we hover the mouse pointer over the name.

    I have noticed this feature was requested a couple of years ago. Please let us know if this has already been implemented or not yet.

    Thanks

  • Mike van der Valk
    Mike van der Valk Posts: 4,387 PIPEDRIVE PRODUCT MANAGER
    2500 Comments Third Anniversary 25 Likes First Answer
    edited June 6 #6

    Thanks for sharing @Lindsey Barton I've passed on your suggestion to the team. In the meantime the best workaround (I agree, not ideal) is to add the job title in the name itself so you can see it on first sight. 

    Another option, is to look at the person list view, include the job title field and filter for persons who work in a specific organisation for example. But also needs some extra steps to achieve.

    Anyways, I've passed it along, thanks for sharing with us!

    Unfortunately it's not implemented, best is to also write to support about it so they can use their process to request this from the product teams.

  • Not having this as an option is problematic.

    If I have 10 people under an organization, I have to open each person to find the billing contact.

    Surely there must be a better way.

    Best Greg