Studying for the MB2-716 Exam (Dynamics 365 Customization and Configuration)

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I recently passed my MB2-716 Dynamics 365 Customization and Configuration exam, and thought I would share my study notes in the hope this would be helpful for you.  This post will focus on the Microsoft Learning along with the key differences you should note if you have already taken the previous MB2-712 (Dynamics CRM 2016 Customization and Configuration) exam.  I will provide some links to Microsoft learning resources, but will not provide specific questions or answers as per NDA, just some of my learnings throughout the process.

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D365 User Group – April 26th – CRM Portals

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Digital engagement is facilitated by integrating your online presence with your back-end systems. This is sometimes only achieved through building complex and costly integrations and API’s. But what if your website or portal was natively integrated with Dynamics 365? What if the hard work was done for you?

Well, that’s what Dynamics 365 Portals is – an integrated portal platform that plugs directly into Dynamics 365 to facilitate digital engagement with your customers, partners, suppliers and even employees.

This month’s User Group will provide an introduction to Dynamics 365 Portals, and show you just how easy it is to get started quickly on this incredibly versatile platform.

Please register via the following link: https://www.meetup.com/AdeD365UG/events/238074474/

We hope to see you there!

Embed PowerBI Reports into Microsoft Portal

Microsoft make it incredibly easy to create and share content, including content from PowerBI onto other platforms. PowerBI is a powerful business analytics service that comes with a host of features to present data and visualisations to all your stakeholders, both inside your network and in this case outside your network. Today we will be looking at the Publish to Web feature within PowerBI.

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