Business center looks great but lets say you have a business that owns a couple of locations you cant take advantage of what business center offers for both.
i.e. Online presence is only available for the initial location when you start using the service. How about the rest of your locations?
Thanks in advance
Just posted something similar specifically to Connections, but for business who have multiple business units under different domains on the same O365 setup, it would be helpful if the entire business Center was segregated as such OR the ability to add an instance of the Business Center into a SharePoint Online Group or Team Site.14 votes
Contact types is limited to Customer and Lead... most will need to be able to segregate people into more groups so allow other values to be created.
A separate multi-value custom field would be useful too to capture other attributes (possibly filtered by contact type field).14 votes
I am trying to import approximately 11,000 contacts into Business Center from a different email newsletter provider. I can import the list, but after import, the customers do not have an associated "Contact Type". Thus, I am unable to send email campaigns unless I update each contact manually.
It would be great to be able to include the Contact Type in the import or be able to Mass Update the list after import.13 votes
The currents contact list has no field for customers Job Title. It's essential for us to include this.11 votes
We are a Flower shop and we make deliveries and we don't have the ability to add a delivery address in the invoices. This would be a great plus for our organization.4 votes
It would be wonderful if there was a way to manipulate the task view to organize tasks by multiple levels. Right now, it's only possible to sort by one level. I recall being able to do this years ago in Outlook.
Alternatively, there seems to be a huge gap between the project management capabilities of Microsoft Project and task management in Outlook. I have multiple projects to manage, although can't get the functionality I need in Outlook, while Project is for much larger scale project management. Is there something in between?2 votes
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