Tip #139: Train your users on CRM for Tablets

If you are deploying CRM for Tablets for iPad, how do you train your users? Like with any CRM deployment, you will want to conduct user training and maybe record the training for future reference. This can be a challenge, because you can’t easily display your iPad screen on all screen sharing solutions (like Microsoft […]

Tip #132: Consider how users will be accessing CRM

Now that we live In a multi-browser, multi-device world, it is very important to consider how your users will be accessing CRM when you configure forms. Dynamics CRM 2013 includes a fantastic responsive design that rearranges the tabs and sections to fit the screen size on which it is being viewed. This means that, if […]

Tip #118: Prevent users from seeing script errors

You have completed your CRM configuration, you have tested your forms, everything is working great, and users are now “live” in the system. Even if everything is as perfect as possible, users may occasionally see some random script errors. Like any web application, a number of different factors can conspire to occasionally create an error […]

Tip #116: Prevent CRM for Outlook from getting disabled

When you use CRM for Outlook, occasionally something will happen, like a slow response from the server, and Outlook will ask the user if they want to disable the add-in. If the CRM add-in is disabled, CRM functionality will no longer be available from Outlook. To prevent the add-in from being permanently disabled, you can […]