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Oct 26, 2018

Getting Started with ChilliDB

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Edited: Mar 13

If you are new to ChilliDB please read this post to help you get started.

 

This article lists topics which will be helpful to go over when setting up your system, and how to achieve basic operations in ChilliDB. Clicking on a topic will take you to an article describing it.

System Setup

Roles, Tickets, and Users

 

Altering the Home Screen Layout

 

Reference Data - the data in drop down lists

 

Custom Fields

 

Using ChilliDB

 

Entering Organisations

 

Entering Contacts

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: Most of my contacts are not associated with an organisation. Is it possible to create contacts without specifying an organisation?

 

A: Yes. This can be set up via a system-wide setting. Please read this article for details

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