Use this simple Flow as a template to create the document location for a record in Dynamics 365 or your custom Dataverse application.
One of the key benefits of using Microsoft's Common Data Service is its highly customizable and robust permissions settings. With CDS, you can design a functional system tailored to your business. In order to do that, however, you need to understand the building blocks of this security architecture. Follow along for for a basic understanding of everybody's favorite topic: security! In this blog, I will be covering the standard security model in CDS. In a later blog, I will cover hierarchy security.
When building a Power BI report, it's important to take screen space into consideration. You don't want an overcrowded report canvas that makes it tough for your decision makers to find the actionable insights they need to make their decisions.
Recently, a client requested a daily digest email be sent to their support staff with a list of their active tickets, along with a link to the particular record. This blog will take you step-by-step through the usefulness of this Power Automate Flow and how I created it.
Microsoft has provided a free, downloadable or embeddable, Power BI Report sample using COVID-19 data for the US. This report can be used as is, or customized to leverage the COVID-19 data and report capabilities to compare to your regular business data.
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Recently, Microsoft and the Dynamics 365 team published the release plan for 2020 Release Wave 2. It contains the features being launched between this fall and early spring for Dynamics 365. To find the new features I highlighted recently, click here. Quick links for features in both the Dynamics 365 and Power Platform track can be found here.
Recently, Microsoft and the Power Platform team has published the release plan for 2020 Wave 2. It contains the features being launched between this fall and early spring for Power Apps, Power BI, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents and the AI Builder applications. Quick links to those features can be found here.
Microsoft has just released the release notes for Dynamics 365, the Power Platform and Industry Accelerators. You can expect these features to start rolling out in preview in the coming months, and being generally available sometime this fall/winter. For those who don't know, industry accelerators are free app "accelerators," or features specific to an industry that are provided by Microsoft. It can get you up and running quickly with a functioning application with no configuration or development required.
Continuing my blog series on Dynamics and CDS Best Practices, Understanding the Technology.
One of the biggest downfalls to any software solution is not always the solution itself, but the team, department, or company's understanding of that solution. You could have a perfect solution or application that fails miserably. Or, an imperfect solution that thrives. It all comes down to aligning the application to your users' experiences and expectations, as well as documenting your solution as you go, so anyone can step in to maintain it or get up to speed quickly on expected functionality.