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I am currently creating a process which sends an email to me anytime someone changes their estimated close date. While I know how to add the new date into the email send, does anyone know how I can have the old estimated close date in there too.
e.g. "User1 has changed the estimated close date from 12/03/2019 to 12/31/2019."
Thank you in advance.
Here is what you can try:
1. Create a custom datetime field where you will store previous value.
2. Create a real-time workflow that will handle update of your datetime field "Before" the update happened and store the previous value of the field in the field created at the step 1.
3. Use Both fields in your workflow.
You can create a Workflow or a Flow to achieve this requirement.
Fully agree with Andrew.
If you need the full steps, please let me know and I will provide it to you.
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