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Posts Tagged ‘CRM 2011 Activity Feed’

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Activity Feeds FAQs

As promised in my last blog post discussing social CRM implementation tips, I would now like to take a closer look at the Activity Feeds feature offered in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011.  This feature is extremely helpful when it comes to fostering communication and collaboration among Dynamics CRM users. Just like the popular social networking […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Activity Feeds vs. RSS Feeds

Yesterday I had an interesting question—What is the big deal about Activity Feeds?  We’ve had the ability to have RSS feeds in CRM since version 3.0, but they weren’t widely used.  What makes Activity Feeds different or better than RSS feeds? Before we started using activity feeds, I had a similar response—why do we need […]

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Retrieving Activity Feed Post with the OrganizationService in Microsoft CRM 2011

One of the new features introduced with Update Rollup 5 for CRM 2011 was the introduction of activity feeds to CRM.  Activity Feeds give users the ability to monitor what is happening to various business entities.  The out of the box functionality includes auto posts that include activities such as status changes in business entities, […]

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Manually Setting Up Activity Feeds on Forms in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

Microsoft Dynamics 2011 Activity Feeds provide real time notifications and quick sharing of information via quick, short updates. The solution is available on the Dynamics Marketplace here. If you are an online user, and you do not use multiple forms on the entities you want to highlight, simply download, import and publish the solution. You […]

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Creating Microsoft CRM 2011 Activity Feed Auto Posts with Workflow

I love the new activity feed functionality in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Update Rollup 5.  With a little bit of configuration, you can very easily create auto-posts for relevant system events or changes to records. Activity Feeds give users a way to follow records that are important to them, and by doing this, they see […]

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