His role covers A/B testing for their strategic accounts where large clients are proving the value of the product. Tom also undertakes product analytics to understand where improvements could be made to the product.
After using Gurn I’m now in a certain pattern and that’s how I now want to stay accessing those dashboards.
A specific example would be using Gurn to access our A/B test dashboards in Looker. We have lots of dashboards set up, but their URLs are 300 characters long and in the Chrome address bar you don’t know which one is which. Also, to have bookmarks for each wouldn’t work as the URLs change when we edit the filters, which would then invalidate the bookmark. But with Gurn we can keep the Keywords the same and update the underlying URL really easily, so people can get to the dashboard in the exact same way.
I use a specific syntax for the client A/B test dashboards to ensure a consistent approach. For example, client X’s results dashboard will be named ‘A/B client X’. So when someone wants to access that dashboard they just need to type ‘go A/B client X’, hit Enter and get taken there straightaway. This makes it really simple.
Then why not give Gurn a try for free today!