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  • How to see outstanding payments on campaign page?

    If I set up a finite recurring transaction in a specific campaign, how can I see the money in hand and the total money pledged in the campaign totals?

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    Good day!

    Interesting question - the challenge is how do we know (or will know) what to update?

    For example:

    - A campaign may be set up and let's say we add the total of that recurring to the campaign total.
    - Another recurring posts and it is indefinite - adding that to the campaign total is meaningless since the total is unknown (e.g. infinite).

    How can that be logically framed?
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      thanks for your reply.


      I'm looking for finite pledged gifts -- someone pledges $50/month for 12 months. You would add the total pledged amount to the Total Value Opportunities, and each time a payment is successfully processed, the payment amount would be added to Total Value Won Opportunities.The same logic would follow with the number of opportunities.

      Originally posted by Support.Department View Post
      Good day!

      Interesting question - the challenge is how do we know (or will know) what to update?

      For example:

      - A campaign may be set up and let's say we add the total of that recurring to the campaign total.
      - Another recurring posts and it is indefinite - adding that to the campaign total is meaningless since the total is unknown (e.g. infinite).

      How can that be logically framed?

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