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We'd like to incorporate more of a "Go/No-go" process/template into the opportunity decision making as opposed to the Boolean option in the Opportunity field (i.e. flesh out the process more). Has anyone tried this or have suggestions on how we could incorporate a "Go/No-go" process into the opportunity sales process?
here is an example:
You can add a field Approval (go / no-go) as a required field in your BPF's step.
I hope this helps.
I have implemented one using Flow Approvals and the following components if you are looking for something comprehensive:
Within the Flow you create at #5 you can create this to flesh out your process as much as you like.
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