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Brandon Till Oct 13, 2021 9:30:00 AM 1 min read Q3 2021 I Whats new and what happened

The smell of dry leaves and pumpkin spiced lattes means that fall is here, and Q3 has come to a close.  As always, we've been busy both building new features and improving on the old ones.  Here are some product update highlights from Q3:


"Select All"
The #1 Customer Request

This may not seem like a big deal, but if you’ve ever built a list of 1000’s in you know that paging through results was a pain.  In fact, our most requested feature was to build a “Select All” button to make it easy to build bigger target lists of companies. In Q3 we finally got this request off the backlog and “Select All” is here to stay.



Salesforce Integration Upgrade

If you’re a Salesforce user, you probably are used to being able to customize how your CRM works.  Salesforce is famous for being both an incredibly powerful and flexible CRM.  We expanded’s Salesforce integration to match.  Now you can control object creation when exporting from, and add more data fields to lead exports.



User Management & UI Updates

If you’re the admin for your account, your job just got easier. We updated the overall user management tools, and added more detailed tracking of your company’s use of  Also, for any power user, we updated the company quick view so the data on a company is more accessible.  (Sneak preview: If you think that’s good, wait till you see what’s coming in Q4).


Search data from your CRM in

Ever have a hard time telling what good accounts are actually in your CRM? Sometimes if feels like navigating a minefield to create a simple CRM report, so we’ve made it easier to navigate your company’s accounts right in Ocean.  CRM Filters let you easily surface and create lists of great accounts that went stagnant, or were forgotten by the sales rep.

We've got some big plans for the product in Q4 . . . stay tuned!


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Brandon Till

VP of Marketing @ Brandon has developed winning go-to-market strategies for a number of high-growth tech companies including, Trustpilot, and