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(Submitted) Add Field to Identify the Time of When Schedule Tasks or Event Setups Should Be Completed By

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Melanie Bunn
Melanie Bunn 2 years ago

Hi David,

Thanks for the great idea! I've opened it up for voting. What I'd recommend in the meantime is that you have your users enter that information in the service description field next to the Event Setup option under the Setup Requirements. You could also create a Question that asks if they have entered that information and make it required, so they can't skip over it. If the information isn't entered, you could refrain from approving the request until they enter it.

To create a Question, click on Questions under the Information & Analysis section on the right-hand side of your Home page. Click Add a New Question and enter the details. I would make it required and set it to Yes/No with no default. This will force them to acknowledge that the information needs to be entered and they have to confirm that they've done it.

Best,
Melanie

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Add Field to Identify the Time of When Schedule Tasks or Event Setups Should Be Completed By

David Marcus
David Marcus 2 years ago

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Melanie Bunn
Melanie Bunn 2 years ago

Hi David,

Thanks for the great idea! I've opened it up for voting. What I'd recommend in the meantime is that you have your users enter that information in the service description field next to the Event Setup option under the Setup Requirements. You could also create a Question that asks if they have entered that information and make it required, so they can't skip over it. If the information isn't entered, you could refrain from approving the request until they enter it.

To create a Question, click on Questions under the Information & Analysis section on the right-hand side of your Home page. Click Add a New Question and enter the details. I would make it required and set it to Yes/No with no default. This will force them to acknowledge that the information needs to be entered and they have to confirm that they've done it.

Best,
Melanie

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