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Is there a way to exploit the data I can find in this window ?
Better said: is there any tool in Navision that lets me calculate some aggregates from the numbers on the far right hand side of this window ?
Aggregates like 'Those 7 who have > 1k employees bought alltogether from you x euros the past year'.
Thanks in advance to all of you who'll give me any hint.
check Segment functionality. When creating a new segment, you can add contacts ('Add Contacts' action on the ribbon) to it by applying filters to questionnaire answers. Then the segment will hold contacts with required aggregates.
That's just sensational of you, Robertas !
You answered this question, and basically also the previous one ! Both of these last two questions (and also my last but two question) were meant to understand how to exploit Profile Questionnaires
How the the Deevil you made it is a mystery to me.
But, heeck, yeah, great ! Kudos to you Robertas !
I realize now that also Paul, answering my last but three question, was telling me the same thing, but I must be honest: although he answered perfectly my queston I couldn't understand it to the fullest, only its most immediate part.
Now I did.
Thank, you enormously, Robertas !
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