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Keeping track of territories


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I'm trying to help my group overseer keep track of our territories.

I would like to balance our visits so we don't overwork certain territory while neglecting another one.

I would also like to be able to print the latest information in a weekly basis, like that, we won't be knocking on a non Spanish speaking household more than once after it gets updated. Same goes for night shift workers or the ones that have expressed that they would like to be removed from our list and don't want to be visited by us.

It's there anyone using an excel sheet to keep track of their territories that can kindly share it with me, I would then try to make the necessary adjustments to fit our needs.

Thanks in advance!

Julian

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