I am currently sat in a very nice Aspire lounge at Birmingham airport waiting for my KLM flight to Holland. I’m off to Amsterdam to give a presentation for 365 Saturday on the new Omni-Channel Engagement Hub. Being new you may have many questions about this latest feature in Dynamics 365. In this post I will try to address many of the most obvious questions …
I love it when I find something new in Unified Service Desk! I recently spotted an action I’d not used before whilst experimenting with USD v4.1. SetReplacementParameter. But what does this action do and why would you want to use it?
The release of an updated version of The USD Accelerator supporting Unified Service Desk v4.1 and Chrome.
All browsers are pretty much the same thing, right??? The actual answer to this question is a resounding no! When working with Microsoft’s Unified Service Desk (USD) selecting the “correct” browser for your hosting type can make the difference between a solution that’s fit for purpose and one that is slow and unreliable.
I have been meaning to post a comprehensive demo of The USD Accelerator for some time! And I have finally done it. You can see The USD Accelerator in action in this video!
This post will highlight the enhancements and bug fixes released in version 2_0_0_1 of The USD Accelerator for UCI.
The USD Accelerator is a pre-build Unified Service Desk configuration aimed at helping speed your USD project. It comes in two version, one supporting the traditional Dynamics 365 web client and one for the newer Unified Client Interface (UCI).
This post will highlight the enhancements and bug fixes released in version 1_0_0_10 of The USD Accelerator for Dynamics web client.
As time progresses I plan to add enhancements, performance improvements and bug fixes into The USD Accelerator …. with this in mind I have just released a version that works with Microsoft’s new Unified Client Interface (UCI).
I have seen this issue a couple of times and decided to blog about the solution …. The problem is that Unified Service Desk fails to load.
I recently had a requirement to be able to quickly resolve a case in Microsoft’s Unified Service Desk (USD), in the end the solution was really easy but not quite what I expected. Here is my solution ….