Tag: Dynamics CRM

3D Models within Dynamics 365

Today’s VBlog is about how to embed 3D Models directly into Dynamics 365 forms.  I look forward to putting together a full write up soon.

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Introducing the Customer Data Type

In the real world, our customers are either individuals or a group of individuals such as a company. However Microsoft has always made a distinction when it comes to how we organise our data models especially with custom entities – you’re either one or the other, requiring separate lookups for each. Not anymore! One of the neatest new features of CRM Online 2016 Update 1 (CRM 2016 SP1 for On-Premise) is the introduction of a new Attribute Data Type called “Customer”.

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Microsoft Flow and Dynamics CRM

Work less, do more – that’s the catch phrase of Microsoft’s latest automation and workflow engine called Microsoft Flow. Microsoft Flow is currently in preview phase and still has a few bugs to iron out, but if you are familiar with IFTTT (If This Then That) workflow engine then using flow should come naturally to you. Essentially there are connectors to various web services (e.g. Dropbox, OneDrive, Dynamics CRM, SharePoint and so forth), and you can even program your own connectors.

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