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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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Prevent Contact Creation in D365 on Tracking Emails from New recipients

Posted On June 26, 2019 by Priyesh Wagh Posted in

Typically, when you track Email/Appoint records from Outlook, unknown senders are created as Contacts in Dynamics 365? A new Email from unknown recipient. And if you track this Email using D365 App For Outlook, a new Contact is created in D365 without you being notified about it. And the Email from the Saved Contact in … Continue reading Prevent Contact Creation in D365 on Tracking Emails from New recipients

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Setting Ribbon Icons on the Unified Interface in D365

So, since adoption of Unified Interface is growing, people are asking – “What happened to the Ribbon icons?”. Well, a simple answer to this is tweaking the implementation a little. Typically, you have custom icons on your classic Web UI that look like this – But the same looks like a puzzle piece in the … Continue reading Setting Ribbon Icons on the Unified Interface in D365

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Why blank locked fields won’t let you save the record – Quote ID example

So, I struggled some time in trying to make something just work as it was supposed to work. And for no conscious reason, I was able to figure out why. As to why my Quote wouldn’t save and auto generate the usual Quote ID? It kept asking me to enter it! Problem OOB, Quote ID … Continue reading Why blank locked fields won’t let you save the record – Quote ID example

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Count Number of files in SharePoint folder

Introduction: This blog explains how to Count No of files in SharePoint folder using MS Flow. Steps to be followed: Select “Send an HTTP request to SharePoint” from Actions.  Enter below details:Site Address: Select the site address from the list. Method: GETUri: _api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl(‘LibraryTitle/foldername’)/ItemCountExample: _api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl(‘account/CFS Organization_584732FD1267E911A997000D3AA2C8D1‘)/ItemCount-> It will count the no of files in “CFS Organization_584732FD1267E911A997000D3AA2C8D1” folder. Output … Continue reading Count Number of files in SharePoint folder

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Create SharePoint Folder using POST request in MS Flows

Introduction: This blog explains how to create folders in SharePoint when new record is created in D365 CE. Use Case: When new account is created in D365 CE create “Contact Documents” and “Documents” folders in SharePoint. Pre-Requisites: D365 CE SharePoint Online Microsoft Flow Steps to be followed: Sign in to the Microsoft flow. https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/ Go to … Continue reading Create SharePoint Folder using POST request in MS Flows

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Hide Dashboards in D365

Posted On April 11, 2019 by Priyesh Wagh Posted in

This being an obvious approach to how Dashboards are by default seen by all. And how you can disable/hide for users. Even for D365 System Administrators! Unlike usual forms, view or other records, And Deleting the Dashboard isn’t an option. Enable Security Roles way So a simple trick is to remove entire access from Enable … Continue reading Hide Dashboards in D365

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Update Child Records when Parent Record is updated using Microsoft Flow for D365 CE

Posted On March 29, 2019 by Admin Posted in

Introduction: This blog explain the steps to update the child records when parent record is updated in D365 CE using Microsoft Flow. Steps: Below are steps to be performed. 1.) Create new field on parent entity “Update Child record” of two option type in CRM.We will use this field in Microsoft Flow. 2.)Create Workflow Whenever … Continue reading Update Child Records when Parent Record is updated using Microsoft Flow for D365 CE

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Enable Power BI Report and Dashboard in D365 Portal

Posted On March 29, 2019 by Admin Posted in

Add Power BI report and Dashboard in D365 Portal Introduction: This blog explains how we can add Power BI report and dashboard in D365 portal. Below are the Steps: Step 1: Set up Power BI from Portal Admin Center 1. Go to the Dynamics 365 Administration Center page and select the Applications tab. 2. Select … Continue reading Enable Power BI Report and Dashboard in D365 Portal

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