Want to add some sizzle to you form configuration? David Reinsvold recommends using visual controls with calculated fields to create a nice looking dashboard in your Dynamics 365 Unified Interface form. The following is an example of an investor form that visually displays relevant investor data.
Let’s take a closer look at how this is built:
2. Return vs. Goal
By combining visual controls with calculated fields you can easily add visual context to a record and give your users a richer user experience.
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