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SugarCRM Developer's Manual by Dr Mark Alexander Bain

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Chapter 3. Introducing Custom Fields

As you've worked your way through the first two chapters of this book, you have learned how to:

  • Change the title of each of the module tabs that make up the SugarCRM front end.

  • Change the terminology used in each of the module tabs, so that SugarCRM uses the same terms as your organization.

  • Give SugarCRM a look and feel in keeping with your company's branding.

  • Create your own module tabs and dashlets, either to add your own functionality, or to incorporate any existing web-based applications already used in your organization.

So, now you can provide a SugarCRM implementation that won't be completely alien to your intended users—hopefully they'll be able to use the application with minimum training.

Of course, ...

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