Type a new domain in the search box and press enter and you'll see new results. This is the first and simplest way you can leverage the sidebar. This is for example useful if you have a list of companies you want to quickly explore. By entering them one-by-one, you can see if the company is a good fit and if relevant prospects are available. By clicking "Add to Target" in the account header, you can add any account to your target list to easily find them next time.
That brings us to the second use-case, the list of Target Accounts. These are the accounts you are interested in and want to keep track of. At any point in time you can go to this page and click an account to see if when the latest Activities were, and if there are any new actionable data points like Sales Triggers or Prospects.
Another use-case is the Gmail integration, which can be used by installing the FunnelFox Chrome extension. If you are looking at an existing thread, FunnelFox will automatically show the relevant account info in the sidebar based on the email addresses in that conversation. Or if you are writing a new email, the sidebar will also show as soon as you've added recipients in the To, CC, or BCC field.
On any website
Another powerful feature of the Chrome extension mentioned above, is that you can load the sidebar on any website by clicking the FunnelFox icon next to your Chrome address bar (You might have to make it visible by clicking on the puzzle icon at the right top). This will load the sidebar for the domain you are currently on, allowing you to see if there is any useful data and adding them to your target list if that's the case.
More use-cases are being added as we speak. Send us a message if you have something specific in mind!