To find the calls you're looking for, go to Conversations > Search. From here, you can search for calls using filters, save sets of filters to use again, and set up alerts for when new calls match specific sets of filters.
For more on saving sets of filters, see Saving filter sets.
Every time you use a filter, the calls displayed in the right pane are filtered to match.
By default you have 5 essential filters when you open Gong: Call participants, Account name, Words or phrases, Trackers, and Call title. You can add to these filters, reorder them, or remove them.
Add filters via the +Add filters button at the bottom of the Filters panel.
Reorder filters via the +Add filters button at the bottom of the Filters panel. From the popup that opens, drag the filters into the order that works for you via the the .
Remove filters by hovering the filter in the main view and clicking the . You can also remove filters via the Add filters popup by clicking the X beside the filter name.
The following filters are most commonly used to find calls in Gong.
Call participants: Search here for team members who participated in the call. In the dropdown, you’ll find the names of all team members in your company using Gong. If you select multiple people in this field, we’ll look for calls that have any of them (not all of them).
By default. you'll see calls which the participant hosted, attended or was invited to. To narrow down the search, click on the chevron beside Hosted, attended or invited and you select any of the options below it:
Hosted: Team member who owns the call
Attended: Team member who joined the call
Invited: Team member who received a calendar invite to the call
Search for several people on a call Click the + beside this field to add additional Call participants fields. Enter a name here and you’ll search for calls that have BOTH the person selected in the first field, and the person (or people) selected in additional fields.
In the search results, the name of the call host is displayed, along with the number of call participants. Hover this row to see the names of all participants on the call.
Want to find calls with external call participants such as leads or contacts? To do this, click Add filter to open the filter panel and then go to CRM > Contact > Contact name or CRM> Lead > Lead contact name.
Account name: Search according to the name of the customer, prospect, or lead, as set in your CRM.
Words or phrases: Search according to words or phrases said in the call. Advanced options for this field include:
Find exact phrases: Use quotation marks to find exact matches. For example, “what is your best price”
Find this OR that: Use | if you want to search for something OR something else. For example: price | cost
Immediately under this field, you can further specify your search by choosing results that:
Don’t contain the term
Contain related forms of the term
Were said by a specific party (your team, the customer, or anyone)
Were said during specific parts of a call (as part of a question, during specific parts of the call, in specific topics)
Want to search for several words or phrases? Click the + beside the field to add additional Words and phrases search fields. Add a term here and you’ll search for calls that have BOTH the term added in the first field and those in the additional fields.
Trackers: Trackers help you navigate to areas in your calls that are important to your company. Results are limited to the languages and filters defined in the tracker. So, for example, if the tracker is set up in French, it will only be applied to calls that take place in French.
If you’d like to search for calls using a specific tracker but can’t find that tracker in the list you see here, contact your Gong admin.
Call title: Search for words in the call title. With this filter, you have these options:
Find exact phrases: Use quotation marks to find exact matches. For example, “what is your best price”?
Find this OR that: Use | if you want to search for something OR something else. For example: weekly | daily
Find this AND that: Use + if you want to search for an AND condition. For example: price + cheapest will look for price AND cheapest.
Find this AND NOT that: Use + if you want to search for calls that do not contain a specific word. For example: daily + (-weekly) will find call titles that include daily and DO NOT include weekly.
Opportunity stage [During call]: Search for a call according to the stage of the deal during the call, as defined in your CRM. The options here reflect what is set in your CRM. For example, discover, meeting, negotiation, and more. If you want to find calls that occurred at a different stage (Stage now, for example) you can find the deal stage filter in the CRM/Opportunity section.
Date: Search for calls according to when the call took place. Choose from predefined dates, like this quarter, this month or this week, or set a custom date range.
Call duration: Use the slider to search for calls of a certain duration, anywhere up to 90 minutes.
In addition to the Essential filters, you've got 100+ filters that you can add via the + Add filters screen. These filters help you narrow in on the calls you're looking for according to interactions during the call, after-call collaboration, CRM filters and more.
Call categories: Search for calls according to the category defined by your company admin. For example, Discover Stage, Closed Won, or Negotiation. For more about call categories, see this.
Internal or external: Search for calls according to who was on them. Internal calls involve people in your company only. External calls include people outside of your company too.
Language: Search for calls according to the language they were in. You can choose multiple languages in this filter. For example, search for calls in Spanish and English.
Web conference or telephony: Search for calls according to the platform they took place on. Web conference calls are made via online video conference platforms like Zoom or Google Meet. Telephony calls are made via voice-only dialer platforms like Salesloft or RingCentral.
If you’re looking for telephony calls, choose whether it was an outgoing call (for example, made by a sales rep) or an incoming call (for example, made by a customer to someone on your company’s customer success team).
Recording system: Search for calls according to the system that was used to record them. Choose from dozens of systems, including Amazon Chime, Outreach, Zendesk and more.
Disposition: Search for calls according to their outcome, as set in the telephony system. For example, search for calls that answered-hung up, CC-interested, or were a bad fit.
Call purpose: Search for calls according to their purpose, as set in the telephony system. For example, search for introduction calls, support calls and more.
Topics: Search for calls according to the topics they were classified into. Topics are frequently mentioned subjects that are automatically identified in your calls. Learn more about topics.
CRM filters: These filters are based on fields imported from your CRM, so what you see depends on what your company is importing. If you don’t see fields you want to filter by here, contact your Gong admin. CRM fields are divided into four categories:
Opportunity / Deal (depending on your CRM)
Talk ratio: Percentage of the call in which team members spoke.
Interactivity: How often the conversation switched back and forth between team members and the customer.
Patience: How long team members waited, after customers, before speaking .
Longest monologue: Duration of the longest team members’ speech.
Longest customer story: Duration of the customer’s longest story.
Number of host questions
Number of customer questions
Rate of host questions: How many questions were asked by the host, per hour.
Rate of customer questions: How many questions were asked by the customer, per hour.
Any webcam on: Based on what’s shown on the main screen. Use the slider to choose anywhere from 0 to 90 minutes.
Host webcam on: Based on what’s shown on the main screen. Use the slider to choose anywhere from 0 to 90 minutes.
Customer webcam on: Based on what’s shown on the main screen. Use the slider to choose anywhere from 0 to 90 minutes.
Slide title contains: Search for words or phrases in a slide title. Use quotation marks for exact matches and use | for an OR condition.
Presentation shared: Length of time presentation was shared, based on what’s shown on the main screen.
Web browser shared: Length of time a web browser was shared, based on what’s shown on the main screen.
Overall score: As set in the call scorecard.
Number of comments: Based on the total number of comments in the call. In the results, you’ll only see comments you have permission to see.
Text in comments: Search for words or phrases in the comments. Use quotation marks for exact matches. Use | for an OR condition.
Hashtag in comments: Search according to hashtags in comments. Start typing and a list of the hashtags used by your org will automatically be populated in the field.
Comment posted by: Search according to people in your org.
Once you’ve added filters to the panel, they’ll be saved for the next time you go to search for a call. If you want to save specific ones for another use case, you can do this by saving a set of filters.