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Ability to tag a record as a favorite to receive notification when this record is updated
Nowadays, with the current technology, users expect their software to interact with them i.e. the software should 'talk' to the users and should provide information that helps the users perform their daily job. By tagging a specific record as 'favorite', OpenPages will communicate to the user every change that is made to this chosen record.
Add the ability to be able to quickly flag objects as "Favourites"
We've had multiple requests from users to be able to quickly flag specific objects they are interested in keeping track of so they can appear on their dashboard or in filters. These are objects where the user isn't listed on any of the user select...
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