Information overload is the excess of information available to you when aiming to complete a task or make a decision. This excessive information impedes the decision-making process, resulting in a poor (or even no) decision being made. There are many ways that a successful implementation of Microsoft Dynamics 365 CE can help you avoid this horrible situation.
There are several different ways of automating your Microsoft Dynamics 365 - which save time and make life easier for your users.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 / Power Platform has several different ways to automate tasks for your users. It is essential to know which is the best tool for a given requirement. Each of these techniques (tools) has their role to play in a successful CRM project. The majority of these techniques do not require coding skills, although they do still require a logical way of thinking.
This blog is only looking at Power Automate and Classic Workflow. It is one of a series of short blogs that I am developing as I write a flexible training course for Microsoft's PL-200 Microsoft Power Platform Functional Consultant exam.
This blog is a brief comparison of different search options in Dynamics 365 / Power Platform. It is one of a series of short blogs that I am developing as I write a flexible training course for Microsoft's PL-200 Microsoft Power Platform Functional Consultant exam.
There are several different ways of searching for information in your Dynamics 365 applications. Each has their strengths. The search options and the differences between them are also popular questions in the PL-200 (and other) exams. The searches are
PL - 200 - Microsoft's Power Platform Functional Consultant exam is the platform on which many of the other Dynamics 365 CE functional Consultant exams are built on. What does PL-200 cover, and should you think about working towards it and passing the exam? In this overview video, Gill Walker introduces the high level topics of PL-200 and demonstrates how to succeed in some sample exam questions.
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