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    Stephen

    Hey Taco, seems like a good approach.

    So you'll have a customer space, which relevant items you want customers to see will be tagged there - sounds good to me.

    I guess you'll be giving customers Collaborator license so you could create a dummy Collaborator license under a new email and sign in using this license just to check what they'll see and make sure everything is how you want it. Might be worth doing considering this is a building block to your overall approach.

    I'm curious to what others think of this so I've featured the post on the Community Homepage.

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