When upgrading a deployment of Microsoft Dynamics CRM to version 2013, it is easy to overlook some of the back-end forms. These don’t get the attention of entities like Accounts and Cases, but they are very important to the people who use them.
One of my favorite new forms in 2013 is the Team form.
This form is significantly easier to use than it was in 2011, because it adds a grid of team members to the form. You can easily see who is on the team, and add new members to the team. It also adds the new “Team Type” field, so you can see if the team is an owner team or an access team.