Good news USD fans …. a new version of Unified Service Desk has been released.
As I test out the newer features of Dynamics 365 I am creating blog posts, this time I am going to look at the relevance search option.
Recently I was asked a question about Unified Service Desk for Microsoft Dynamics 365, the requirement was to be able to save a session. Meaning saving details of all the open tabs, so that someone else could re-open it later.
I recently published a post explaining the new features to be found on business process flows in Dynamics 365, in this post will continue that theme by looking at business rules.
Its day one of the MVP annual Summit in Redmond, Washington. I’m sitting in my hotel reception waiting for the event to start. I thought I’d kill a little time by creating a quick blog post. As I’m sure you’re aware Dynamics 365 was officially launched a few days ago, I intend to publish a series of posts about new features. This first post will look at Business Process flows.
Crimson’s opinions on how Microsoft Dynamics 365 will change the world.
It might not actually change the world! But it is going to have a impact on anyone working with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. So this is worth keeping a very watchful eye on.