Tip #1116: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Documents are Open Source

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This tip is from Aron Fischman from xRM Edge.  (You can be a tipster too, just send your revelation to jar@crmtipoftheday.com) This topic may be old news for you but I just found out about it. Today as I was researching a development topic I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Microsoft has open-sourced the […]

Tip #1113: Bing Maps disappearing act

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This tip is from Miquel “Third musketeer” Julien (who runs an excellent http://www.guidemicrosoftdynamics.com/ French Dynamics 365 tipping site). If your Bing Maps integration is disabled (under Settings > Administration > System Settings > General tab) then any section containing Bing Maps control will be hidden, regardless of any controls it may contain. 1,000 words™  

Tip #1102: Use hatch style in your charts and dashboards if you have color blind employees

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One of the silent minorities in business are color blind people. Since dashboards rely on color coding to tell the different series apart, decoding those charts can be challenging for some users. Now, the palette of colors that comes out-of-the-box are generally chosen so people who have a form color blindness will still be able […]

Tip #1099: Add Annotations to Charts

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After a brief interruption, we continue the chart week fortnight by Ulrik “CRM Chart Guy” Carlsson. Do you need more descriptions in your charts, or maybe add a little corporate branding, look no further than the Advanced Chart Editor for the XrmToolBox. You can add more text to your charts via a node called annotations. […]

Tip #1098: Dynamics 365 Connected Field Service Demo Builder

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We interrupt the chart week fortnight by Ulrik “CRM Chart Guy” Carlsson to bring you the all important message from “Hey, look, kids: Big” Ben Vollmer. Installing and configuring Connected Field Service for Dynamics 365 can seem confusing to some customers and partners. With the “hard” work done in Azure, it takes some getting used […]