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Can I 'link' two Roadmap Planner macro elements?

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I'd like to create a page that has an Overview Roadmap Planner with fiver or more lanes and then separate each lane into a separate Roadmap Planner so that it can be worked on separately but have it automatically update bars in the Overview Planner. Is that possible?

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@Elaine Kendall 

Each roadmap macro is independent and will not update another, there currently is not a way to link them together.  You might be able to do something similar by adding them to an excerpt then including those on a master page.  No sure if that is what you are looking for or not.

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