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This week on the Dynamics 365-CRM blog roundup:
On the Ledgeview Partners blog, Chad Collett wrote a post to
help improve user skills related to the advanced admin stage of
managing their Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM training.
In addition, Collett stated that his post offers the necessary
insight to help you succeed with data mapping, including how to set
up a data map to ensure data is transferred correctly.
However, Collett added that before you start setting up a data
map, you first have to understand the concept and functionality of
data mapping in D365.
You can read about data mapping and how to set up a data map
On the Inogic blog, the author explained that the "learning
path" is a tool that's available in D365 to help boost user
If you enable this feature, you can create your own learning
path content for users that will help them to better understand the
business. Additionally, the functionality provides contextual help
that directs a user to follow a specific process.
In the blog post, the author offered a walkthrough of the
learning path configuration and explained the pre-requisites for
You can read about the learning path feature
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