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    Chris Duncan commented  · 

    Agreed. I'd love to see, at the very least, a "record count" as a universal merge field for any declarative Relationship.

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    Hello! We are taking the time to go through these ideas carefully so that we can inform our product roadmap. We'd love any help you can provide! Please feel free to add comments or votes at this time that will help us understand if this concern is still relevant to you, and if so, how we may improve your customer experience. Thank you!

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    Hello! We are taking the time to go through these ideas carefully so that we can inform our product roadmap. We'd love any help you can provide! Please feel free to add comments or votes at this time that will help us understand if this concern is still relevant to you, and if so, how we may improve your customer experience. Thank you!

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    Chris Duncan commented  · 

    You can do this with Word field tags. For example, your use case could be solved like so:
    { =<<Today>> + 14 }
    Word field tags are created by going to Insert > Quick Parts > Field... > Formula, or by hitting Ctrl + F9 and typing between the brackets.

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    Hello! We are taking the time to go through these ideas carefully so that we can inform our product roadmap. We'd love any help you can provide! Please feel free to add comments or votes at this time that will help us understand if this concern is still relevant to you, and if so, how we may improve your customer experience. Thank you!

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