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It is because Text Area fields (e.g. Lead Notes, Person Notes, etc.) are not supported in forms. You could create a String field and copy its contents to the Person Notes field, but then you would be limited to the 255 character String field vs.3,200 character Text Area field limit.1 of 1 people found this helpful
Since you want to concatenate the info this might work though using the technique described by Adam Waterson in the Deciding Program Attribution Percentages Discussion.
@Elliot - I didn't find your answer in particular helpful for my use case,
== >I found it easier to just create a field inside of SalesForce, marked as Notes_Holder. Then through a Salesforce Workflow Rule - Make it listen for changes to the Notes_Holder_c and then append the notes that come from the different possible contact forms to the overall note/description or in Dan's case, the Comment.
I will add a video of this if anyone is interested.