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Dashcards - missing mobile app links // custom field date range


Two questions:

- Missing Links: When I create a Dashcard in the web application, I see the associated cards linked on the back. For the sake of example: If the card count on the front is 10, I see the respective 10 cards linked on the back when using the web application. When I look at the same Dashcard in the mobile app, I see "10" on the front of the card but nothing on the back. The respective links aren't there. Is this a user error or bug?

- Date Range/Sum: Using the web application, I am trying to create a Dashcard that shows the value of deals closed in a specific time period. So, custom field "Close Date" (it's a calendar/date field) for 1/1/2022 through 12/31/2022. Attached is what I see when editing the filter. Is the functionality for a date range in the works? No problem if it isn't, I'll figure out a workaround.

Thanks in advance.

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On the first question this is expected. Power-Up capabilities are limited on mobile so that card back section isn’t available for the Dashcard Power-Up.  You’d have to use mobile web to see it. 

Thanks, Michael.

Noted on the limitations. Perhaps at some point the links on the back of the card will make their way to mobile. Dashcards are great as a quick reference/navigation tool, especially when working from a phone. 

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