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— 0 Comments Field for Community Users to Describe Their Organization and Overall Reason for Scheduling Event Use

I would like to see a block inserted for Community Users who are Requesting an Organization so that they can leave a detailed description of their Organization and its overall use for our Facilities.

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— 1 Comment Hide Organizations and Organization Type Filtering Fields on the Community Event Calendar Portal

I don't want my community users to filter by organizations or organization types. Can that be an option in the Community Use set up page?

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— 9 Comments Batch Update Schedules When Insurance is Updated for an Organization vs. Editing Each Event

When an organziation updates their insurance information, it would be great to be able to enter the information onto the general organization tab and have a way to update the existing requests on the schedule.

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— 1 Comment Have a Central Database of Organizations to Use in Other Dude Applications Beyond Scheduling Events

It would be quite helpful if the Organization Field in FSDirect were made to be relational with the enterprise system. I have numerous contractors that we track their insurance and assign work orders to. For example, placing these companies in the …

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— 1 Comment Archive or Deactive Organizations and Locations No Longer Used for Scheduling Events

I would like a way to Archive Organizations or Locations that are no longer used or active. Basically just turn them off so they are not available in the drop-down box when entering a schedule. This would apply to all SchoolDude programs. For example, I …

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— 0 Comments FSDirect Organization Database

It would be quite helpful to make the Organization dataset one that is relational so other apps can use it. We use many contractors that we have to keep up with their insurances. And we can apply them to the work order without making them an employee.


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