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Add "Bad Address" to Address Management.

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In the triggers that maintain Address records from contacts, it would be great to have a way to mark an address as bad from a contact record and have it maintained across to the Household, current Address record, and other contacts, as other address-related information is. Since many orgs do most of their day to day data entry on the contact records, it would be great to add this option instead of always having to maintain an Account field. Thanks!

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  • Kelli Hudson - 3 months ago

    You prioritized it and now we’re building it! Thank you, Trailblazers, for helping us shape our product roadmap. Inspired by this idea, we’re working on the following feature:

    NPSP: Provide an indicator of a “Bad” Address on the Contact and Address record
    Would provide the ability to track a “Bad” address on the Address record and have that update the Contact record to keep the two aligned.
    Estimated GA Release: Winter '22

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