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Color code Bucket fields for dashboards

Operational Reporting

It would be great to be able to explicitly assign colors to each bucket.  E.g. Bucket1 is red, bucket2 is green, bucket3 is yellow.

This would really help when we use text in formula fields to check for lack of activity based on market (e.g. if contact market = 1 and last activity > 40 then "Neglected", if contact  market = 2 and last activity > 60 days then "Neglected", else "Not Neglected".

IWhen I report on these fields, SFDC defaults Not Neglected to BLUE and Neglected to GREEN and there's no way I can change the colors.   I think a bucket would be a great use case to set Not Neglected to GREEN and Neglected to RED.


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  • Anusha Surepeddi - 1 year ago

    While we definitely see the value in the ability to color code bucket fields and would like to provide the functionality in a performant way that you'd enjoy to use, there are still other higher priority items that we're working on, such as Row Level Formulas and Field to Field Filtering. We'll continue to evaluate this as we refine our roadmap plans, but at least want to let you know that it's not part of our near-term plans.
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