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High Intent Detector

Isolate your most valuable prospects and spend working hours more efficiently

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Written by Preena Francis
Updated over a week ago

The image above shows off our High Intent Detector, you can find it under:

Settings > Prospects > High Intent Detector

How does it work?

Engagement Points: The Intent Score is applied on top of our email-tracking functionality. Earlier, when a Prospect opened an email or clicked a link, Klenty would have only notified you. Now, Klenty will also mark that engagement against the Prospect for future reference. The 2 types of engagement we track are Email Opens, Link Clicks.

  • Calculation: If a prospect opens your email multiple times, they will receive points for each open, and the same applies to clicking links. You may assign any score you like to an engagement. The number is arbitrary, what is important, however, is that you define an appropriate Threshold.

  • Threshold: When a Prospect accumulates the defined number of points, the system will highlight them in the Prospects section as seen below. The highlight is only applied if the Threshold is reached within the last 15 days.

  • Save: When you make changes to how the Calculator assigns points and highlights Prospects, be sure to save your preference with the button provided. The changes will be made in a few seconds.

In short, the High Intent Detector allows you to assign points and isolate those Prospects who are closer to buying than others. With this info, you can spend more time researching and personalizing your outreach to them.

Where can I see this data?

You can filter the High Intent prospects in multiple places.

Use the filter on the primary prospects page. You can choose High Intent as "Yes" or "No"

You can find it in the homepage Live feed

You can click on the activity history of the prospect.

The High Intent Detector is now available to all Growth, Pro and Enterprise plan customers. If you have any questions, write to us at or via in-app chat.

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