10 Oct’18

D365 GeneralD365 Unified Interface: Enabling embedded legacy dialogs

Introduction:

Quite simply put, some of the embedded dialogs like the Advanced Find, Merge Records, Assign & Edit record windows which are not by default visible on the Unified Client

Like when you multi-select records, you can’t see the typical Merge, Edit buttons on the ribbon.

Here’s how you enable them.

System Settings:

In your Web Application’s system settings, you have an option under general where you can enable these buttons in the Unified Interface.

Now, you can retain those buttons in the Unified Interface as well.

Have a great time exploring Unified Interface!

Written by

Priyesh Wagh

Sr. Software Developer

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