Category Archives: D365 General

Store ‘Today’s Date’ in a field to use in workflow conditions in MS CRM

Most of us need this in our workflow conditions to check against – to have today’s date handy and then use them in If conditions in workflows. But, the filter in If conditions in workflows don’t let you dynamically select On or after ‘Today’. And when you want to compare to today’s date on selection … Continue reading Store ‘Today’s Date’ in a field to use in workflow conditions in MS CRM

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Modified By (Delegate) & Created By (Delegate) in D365

These fields which are everywhere but you don’t really pay attention to really mean something worth. So if you feel you want to get hold of someone for modifying a record. Maybe also take a look at Modified By (Delegate) just in case so that the actual user might be someone else who wanted to … Continue reading Modified By (Delegate) & Created By (Delegate) in D365

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ProTip: Running Multiple Registers on CPOS

Let’s say you need to create a new store with multiple registers on CPOS.   It is now possible to have a retail store with multiple registers each running CPOS and each having their own dedicated hardware.   For example: A store with two registers both running CPOS and both having their own receipt printer, … Continue reading ProTip: Running Multiple Registers on CPOS

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How to Run Jobs manually in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Retail

“Run Jobs” – as the name suggests is a process between Retail Channels and Retail essentials through which we transfer data between channels and database. Please Note: Jobs Run at a specified time which may be different for every Retail Scheduler. Be aware of what the time is set for jobs to run automatically.  Running … Continue reading How to Run Jobs manually in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Retail

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Qualify Lead in D365 CE: Select which entity records should be created

Posted On August 20, 2019 by Priyesh Wagh Posted in Tagged in

Wave 2019 Updates brought some really sought-after features. Another one which I would like to bring up is the Lead Qualification experience. I’ve written this post when I enabled the Early Opt-in of Wave 2 Oct 2019 Updates. To enable Early Opt-in, please refer this post – Early Opt-in for October 2019 Wave 2 Updates This … Continue reading Qualify Lead in D365 CE: Select which entity records should be created

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Early Opt-in for October 2019 Wave 2 Updates

August 2, 2019 was when the Wave 2 Updates were to be out. And here we are! By now, you should have gotten the option to update the wave 2 updates on your environment(s). Let take a quick look at how you can enable this for your environment. Here are the details Microsoft notes on … Continue reading Early Opt-in for October 2019 Wave 2 Updates

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Setting Unified Interface App Icons

Default App Icons for typical D365 environment look like these. But here’s what you can do to change these to put custom SVG icons. SVG Icons Regardless of dimensions, SVG icons work everywhere. So why keep them to just Ribbons, you can even change your App Icons to SVG Icons in your Dynamics 365 implementation. … Continue reading Setting Unified Interface App Icons

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Visual Studio Tip

Finance and operations departments in a company are quite crucial as they help the business to flourish and reach heights. Companies, therefore, should do everything from their end to better the processes in these departments. Using an ERP solution is one of the wisest and best ways to do this job. Dynamics 365 for finance … Continue reading Visual Studio Tip

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Using Templates from D365 CE in D365 App For Outlook

Using D365 App For Outlook’s Template feature, you can simply pull a template from Dynamics 365 CE and use it to send emails from Outlook itself. Here’s a typical example in this post below – In case you are also looking to get started with D365 App For Outlook, you can refer the post here … Continue reading Using Templates from D365 CE in D365 App For Outlook

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Enable Flow button on D365 Ribbon

Posted On July 10, 2019 by Priyesh Wagh Posted in Tagged in

This is a pretty simple tweak to either show or hide the Flow button on the entity Forms’ Ribbon. Flow Button Not Visible System Settings Navigate to Settings > Administration. Go to System Settings In System Settings, under Customization tab, look for Enable Microsoft Flow option. You’ll be asked for permission Now, this is turned … Continue reading Enable Flow button on D365 Ribbon

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