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I have a few questions regarding campaigns.
What is the difference between proposed start/end and actual start/end?
What is the purpose behind having different fields? Wouldn't one start and end field be sufficient?
Why is there one section called "offer" and another one called "description"? What's the difference between These two?
thx in advance
Would have thought proposed is when you start the campaign when you 'expect it to start and end. When you start/finish campaign then you can add the actual values in. Allows you to compare scheduling. It is for consistency with the style of the campaign activities that have the same format, however on close of a campaign activity it asks you to populate the actual dates in the pop up window.
Is description a legacy field that has been pulled forward, like you would have thought one multiline would suffice.
Thx for your feedback and the link.
Offer and description are two multiline fields available on the default campaign form (in two different sections).
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