[New Expert Features] Client & Expertise Management, Revenue Metrics & More

David Head
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Christmas just came early. Santa Claus, AKA Andrew, just deployed some big presents for you in the Sixty app! Here’s a brief on the updates:

Client Management View

Ever want to know how much you’ve made from a client? Or how many hours you’ve done with them? Or get their email to follow up? Or maybe you just want to see all of the client’s you’ve worked with. Well now that’s possible, and more. Enter… the Client Management View! 😲

​Enhanced Expertise Management

Have you ever wanted to add Google Analytics to your profile to show your Squarespace clients that you’re multi-dimensional, but worried about getting matched up with a Google Analytics client who’s needs are way above your pay grade? Or maybe you aren’t a fan of doing Mailchimp sessions as much as you are Zapier.

With the new Expertise Management page, you can toggle your expertise between three different states:

  • Active: will be displayed publicly and you can be booked by both new and previous clients.
  • Restricted: will be displayed publicly and previous clients can book you, but new clients won’t be matched with you unless they come through your auto-matching referral link.
  • Hidden: won’t be displayed publicly and you can’t be booked by anyone.

This way, you can show everything you’re good at, while still controlling the type of clients and sessions you work with!

Revenue Visualization

See how much you’ve made through Sixty by toggling between Monthly and Weekly views. See My Revenue Chart

​More Offline Hours Selections

For the many projects that take longer than 4 hours of offline time, we extended the selection box so that clients can purchase up to 10 hours at once.

Fixed Session Reminder in Slack

If you haven’t noticed, the SessionBot in Slack hasn’t been going off at a consistent time. Now it’s set to go off exactly one hour before your session :)​

David Head

David Head is a cofounder of Sixty. He started his career as an ecommerce business owner. After experiencing the difficulties of building a quality website, he started freelance web designing, which turned into founding a web agency. Sixty is a product of being in the client, freelancer, and agency's shoes. Sixty's purpose is to make freelance careers more stable and prosperous and client projects more efficient and successful.

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