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In what way have you solved the requirement to connect multiple accounts to one Appointment?
Let's say you're meeting multiple accounts at the same meetings, should you create one each and set regarding on each?
Or create one and how do you then connect it to multiple in a good way for follow-up?
We've created a intersect entity to maybe start using it, what's ur opinion here, pros and cons?
As per the System yes we need to create multiple appointments with Regarding for each accounts.
if you want it to be Sorted, try creating an N:N relating SubGrid in Appointment for Accounts and you can add the accounts over there.
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So if we then create a chart of how many appointments was made for these all, it will still be one right? A bit problematic, They would like to count each attendee on that meeting since many customers were involved and they see it as a unique appointment.
Let's say you invite 5 Accounts to a Appointment, when connecting those 5, it should generate one appointment for each so it's 5 appointments for tracking and goal purposes.
Any input on down below? Thanks
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