Tip #1187: Automatically track all emails

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Some housekeeping before we dig in. Firstly, the tip is from Mohamed “iProperty” Mostafa but since I was instrumental in rejecting all of his ideas, I’m taking part-credit for it. Secondly, the full title should be Automatically Track All Incoming and Outgoing Email Messages in Dynamics 365 without opening Outlook and across any device :: […]

Tip #1033: Use Fiddler to boost client-side development

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Today’s tip is from Matt Beard – thank you! And, hey, you can be a guest tipster too – just send your tip to jar@crmtipoftheday.com. As a CRM developer, I regularly run through this exact process step by step when writing WebResources such as HTML or Javascript and I’m sure others do too. Write your […]

Tip #946: Online Management API for Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement is here

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Today is a good day if you care about development, and ALM in particular. I’ll be paraphrasing Matt “SDK Deity” Barbour in this post but the news is too big to spend time prettifying it. What is it? It’s a REST API that lets you create and manage Customer Engagement instances in your Office 365 […]

Tip #320: You have it all backward (compatible)

Backward compatibility is taken by CRM team very seriously. Another good example of this, sometimes insane, compatibility is how CRM treats URLs. The ability to open any form or view in CRM 4.0, and also dialogs, reports and dashboards in CRM Online and CRM 201x is an awesome way to create mashups, and for an […]

Tip #265: Administrator updates of read-only fields

If you have fields on your CRM form that are read only, it can make administration difficult. For example, if you have read only fields, you cannot bulk update the fields, and you can’t edit the field from the workflow designer. Sure you can customize the form, make the fields editable, and then bulk update the fields, […]