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    Yes, you can use Rich Text and even including hyperlinks as a calendar field to show. ------------------------------ Mark Shnier (Your Quickbase Coach) mark.shnier@gmail.com ------------------------------

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    Why do you feel that you need to add a dozen new tables. You just make a relationships back to the same existing table that you have for Funding Sources. So still a single source if truth for the Funding choices. That same table can be used as the Parent ...

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    Looking to see if there is anyone out there that uses Five9 Cloud Contact Center with Quickbase. Pros/Cons? Please feel free to email me directly if you would rather not post. Thanks, Kim Cameron kimcameron@vttinc.com ------------------------------ ...

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    You can wrap a date field in a NameOfMonth() formula function to return the month in words as a quick way to do it. So like: NameOfMonth([Date]) ------------------------------ Chayce Duncan ------------------------------

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    You can do it a couple ways, long and short is you first need to summarize the counts as you've highlighted in (1) and (2). Option 1 is a 'Master' table - in which you create a single record table known as a master record, and define a relationship ...

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    Hey @Amanda, did you get this sorted out? I just had a use case for this scenario and arrived at a solution yesterday. I can provide more details if you'd like, but essentially it's the process @Chayce Duncan described. It's counter intuitive to ...

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