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There are often situations when working in Dynamics 365 where you need to create a new record very similar to an existing record. More commonly referred as the ability to Clone Records.
For example, when creating a new Contact you may have a spouse, relative, neighbor or friend that results in similar data e.g. last name, city, street, home phone number or anything else. So to achieve this out-of-the-box results in manually creating the new record yourself, or at best copy/pasting a lot of field values.
What if you need to make 10 or 20 identical records? Will you consume time by adding data manually on each record? Not now.
We streamlined the ability to clone a record in a way that users can configure the entities/attributes easily, and can mimic the record by hitting one button. Really? Yes. Let’s start it.
D365 Clone Records (v188.8.131.52) works faster on standard type fields as cloning attributes. Adding multiple “lookup” fields is supported, but will inevitably have an effect on performance.
In a nutshell, now users can clone the record with pre-populated fields by using D365 Clone Record solution. Moreover, you can clone the cloned record.
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