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After the upgrade from Dynamics CRM 2013 to 2015, some customers have found it difficult to complete the qualification process for Leads. The button “Qualify” is inactive without any error displayed in the CRM interface.
Did you ever get requirement to existing rearrange buttons, there was one question today in Microsoft Dynamics CRM Community Forum where user wanted to rearrange existing buttons so thought of writing a quick post so that it can help others.
For CRM users that are switching from CRM 2013 to CRM 2015 there are a ton of new features that are sure to thrill and excite. Overall the 2015 user navigation interface is similar to the way it was in 2013. But a while ago when I was looking for the “User” section in 2015 I suddenly felt like I was taking crazy pills because it wasn’t in the Administration section, as it had always been. After some searching I found it safely tucked away under the “Security” section.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM actions allows us to define our own custom events/messages, similar to existing standard events like Create,update,delete…
Do you know the story of Henny Penny? This post is not about the chicken: Sometimes as CRM Administrators we get the same type of warning or some of our users report it but we ignore it, not believing and/or hoping it will go away on its own…
Congrat to Tanguy to be renewed as a Microsoft Dynamics CRM MVP! Here is a post about the new version of XrmToolBox. Let me see the new features:
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