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Today we're going to continue the in-depth series on Dynamics 365 Apps Part 2 which is the creation process.
In-depth Series on Dynamics 365 Apps Part 2 - App Creation
Let's jump right into how to create a Application. When we're looking at the list of applications installed we'll click on the top right button called "+ Create App".
This will bring us to the creation page of a new application. This is the information that is used to name and describe the application your creating.
The following fields are displayed:
After filling out the information you can click the Done button in the top right. This will launch you into the App Designer; which is a brand new interface for applications.
The new App Designer is pretty impressive overall. It allows you to get involved in designing every little detail of the Application experience; for example your able to select exactly which forms and views you'd like available to the user.
In part 3 of the series i'll be going over in detail the different elements of the App Designer and what can be done while using it. Have a great day!
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