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ACT 9.0 Activity Series Not Updated

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by dbonco, Oct 26, 2007.

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  1. dbonco

    dbonco Thread Starter

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    I have activity series sceduled for various contacts. I have since updated the activity series to reflect more to-dos, however the added to-do's do not show up in the task list or under the activities tab for a specific contact. How do I get ACT to update the series for all contacts when I make changes to it?
     
  2. GLComputing

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    What version of ACT!?
    Does it happen on any contact?
    Is it just the new additions that don't show?
    Have you checked the task list filter to ensure you're displaying all dates?
     
  3. dbonco

    dbonco Thread Starter

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    Hello and thank you for responding.

    I have ACT Version 9.0.1.162, Hotfix 1

    This happens if I already have the series scheduled for contacts and then I either change or add more activities to the series. When I add the series to a new contact, the series sets up right, but if I make changes, that is when it does not show.

    Yes, I am showing all dates.
     
  4. GLComputing

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    Does nothing show or do some of the activities show?
     
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