Getting started with Nicereply
Follow these simple steps and you’ll get your Nicereply account up and running in no time. If you'd like to get a full tour of Nicereply and all its features you can schedule a call with our support team. Our representative will personally walk you through Nicereply app and all its features.
- Choose the customer satisfaction metric
- Decide how you want to distribute your surveys
- Integrate Nicereply with customer service software
- Survey customization
- User management
STEP 1: Choose the customer satisfaction metric
First, you need to decide which satisfaction metric you'd like to use. You can use Nicereply to track CSAT (Customer Satisfaction Score), NPS (Net Promoter Score), and CES (Customer Effort Score).
1. CSAT – Get a better idea of what works to keep your customers satisfied. Use CSAT to gauge the performance of individuals and teams as well.
If you choose a CSAT survey, you can also choose the type of rating scale. See the examples below:
2. CES - Measure the effort your customers have to exert when dealing with you. Use CES to find and remove friction points.
3. NPS – Find out who trusts in your brand and why. Use this knowledge to enhance your support. Nicereply is officially licensed NPS vendor by BAIN & COMPANY, the inventors of NPS.
STEP 2: Choose how do you want to distribute your surveys to customers
Once you choose a customer satisfaction metric you need to decide how to distribute the survey to your customers. Each distribution method has specific features and benefits. You can add more distributions at any time.
Ask customers for feedback at the bottom of every email. Act quickly to turn a conversation around, when it starts to derail. You can place an HTML survey code to your signature or any custom email template.
Survey your customers automatically after you close a ticket, conversation, call, chat, or deal. Set the delay when triggering surveys.
STEP 3: Choose the customer service software to integrate with Nicereply
In the next step you can choose the customer service software from our integrations list to integrate your Nicereply account with. Once you decided which service you're planning to use simply follow the integration steps for that specific software.
All you need to do is insert your software credentials, and then insert the survey code to your email template or activate the trigger. After that, you'll be ready to start collecting feedback. You can find all the integration manuals HERE. If you don't want to integrate Nicereply with any software, or simply did not find your preferred one click Skip integration at the bottom of the page (skipping an integration is only possible for email template if you want to use trigger you need to integrate Nicereply with third-party software).
STEP 4: Survey customization
In Nicereply you can customize your CSAT/CES/NPS surveys according to your branding and needs. This way you can ask your customers the right question at the right time. Simply go to surveys > Surveys list > and then click on appearance of the survey you want to customize.
Here you can edit Rating page, Thank you page and also visual theme of the survey. You can add extra question, upload company logo, edit title, change rating style, or switch to color different scale. You can also choose from different pre-made themes, or create your own.
If you click on "Visual theme", you can choose predefined color themes or create a new custom colors. Dont forget to save your changes on the right
STEP 5: User management
When setting up your Nicereply integration you can sync all your users from your customer service software with one click. New users will get an automated email with login instructions. You can manage your users under the staff tab. Here you can add new users, add new user teams, delete users, or import users from your customer service software, or via CSV file.
STEP 6: Reporting
With Nicereply you can analyze your ratings with Dashboards. Simply go to the customer satisfaction metric you're using, and click rating feed. Here you can for example see your total number of ratings, average score, development of your score through a chosen period of time. You can also see specific ratings with agent name or issue number, customer name, comment, and a direct link to the rated ticket.