Typically, you deactivate an opportunity split type when you have five split types (the maximum) and you need another. Or you delete a seldom-used type to reduce storage. Before you deactivate or delete an opportunity split type, consider these key points.
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- Deactivating a split type removes it from the Salesforce interface while saving the underlying data. That way, you can reactivate it later.
- Deleting a split type permanently removes all related data.
- To deactivate or delete a split type:
- You need the “Customize Application” permission.
- Access Opportunity Splits Settings.
- If your Salesforce org contains many opportunities, the script that deletes split types can take several hours.