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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Creating D365 Customer Engagement Apps Using the Web (Traditional Interface)

The App Designer is a great new feature for Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement that allows you to tailor a user experience to a specific set of entities, views, dashboards and other customizations. (For those unfamiliar with the term, Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement refers to the suite of solutions often associated with CRM, including Dynamics 365 …

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Dynamics 365 CRM Usability Tips

After using an application such as Dynamics 365 for Sales (CRM) for many months or years, sometimes we as users get stuck in a rut. We might feel like we have fully mastered an application and have nothing left to learn. In that vein, let me drop a few bits of CRM knowledge your way …

Friday, March 23, 2018

What Is Microsoft AppSource?

Microsoft AppSource is a resource that businesses can leverage to find and deploy products and services that extend the functionality of Microsoft’s existing online offerings. These services often provide a bridge for functionality gaps within the existing software or extend the online environment to serve industry specific needs. Microsoft AppSource is essentially an App Store …

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Fix Rollup 12’s Print Preview for Memo Fields in Microsoft CRM

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Update Rollup 12 added many wonderful features, most notably Extended Browser Support. However, it also introduced a small but annoying bug. This blog entry will illustrate the problem and show you how to solve it. In previous versions of Dynamics CRM when printing memo fields, the entire contents would display regardless …

Friday, February 1, 2013

Tips to Accessing Microsoft CRM from a Mac Using Firefox and Chrome Browsers

Mac users were very excited to hear that Microsoft CRM 2011 was going to become browser independent with the new update (Update Rollup 12) which was released early last month. So far with this release, we have found that Microsoft has done an excellent job of making CRM broadly accessible. However, we have also found …

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Using workflow to mass update links in Microsoft CRM 2011

Occasionally,  we run across an issue with a client where they need to fix large quantities of data in CRM. In some cases an import went awry and they are already using the data. In other cases, items were linked based upon incorrect assumption. Often we are able to simply export the data using a …