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I have a really simple question, but I couldn't find any information.
Is it possible to remove or hide areas from the insights tab? Let's say I want to keep "Overview" and "Submission" for the marketing form insights, but hide or remove "Visits".
When I open the marketing form form, I only see a section with the insights but there is absolutely nothing I can customize.
Unfortunately, the items in the Insights tab cannot be customized.
You can post your proposal in Ideas forum so that others can vote for it to drive it to be improved.
If this helped you, I'd appreciate it if you'd mark this as a Verified Answer, which may in turn help others as well.
Would be possible with a script?
As you can see in the following screenshot, the Insights form is a whole that cannot be split up and edited.
It is also difficult to get a widget and choose to hide or show it through JS.
I answered a similar question a few months ago when I also tried using JS.
(+) Dynamics Marketing Insight-Tab - Dynamics 365 Marketing Forum Community Forum
At least I have not succeeded in modifying it, nor have I found any successful cases.
That's really unfortunate, we have a customer that has a strict compliance when it comes to personalized behavioral data.
Some components of the insights tab are allowed, others are not. It is a shame that we have to remove all of it.
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