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Hi all,Our dev team are a bit stumped as they cannot work out how to ensure the 'mark as complete' button is available to users at the top of Dashboard's activity ribbon when selecting items within the dashboard views, such as tasks. Some users are able to see this button despite having the same roles as other users.
We have not yet rolled out the July update.
Can anyone assist? Thanks.
The button may be in the drop down with the ellipses (...)
You can expand (click on the box next to '+' sign) the activity view and click on the .... to see the 'mark as complete' button
Hope this helps.
Unfortunately it's not under there either.
Our issue is that the standard activity actions > Set Regarding, Set Complete, Cancel, Mark as Complete - are just not appearing at the top of our dashboards at all.
Unfortunately, the Mark as Complete button is not available from the dashboard view - you would need to click the 'Open Associated Grid' button and use it from there (it'll be in the ... overflow drop down)
Hope this helps
Thank you Scott. Much appreciated. Strange that it was appearing on some of our dev's local environments - perhaps an older version of Dynamics.
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