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Addressing Issues with the Dynamics 365 App for Outlook

The Dynamics 365 App for Outlook was released in 2016 as a new way to sync data between Dynamics 365 (CRM) and Outlook. The application has evolved over time and has made some improvements. However, there are still issues that you may run into while using the application. We will address of few of the […]

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How to Quickly Update the Dynamics 365 Sitemap

For each Dynamics 365 app, a sitemap controls which entities and other items are displayed to end users. A new designer is now available creating a better experience with new controls to precisely manage the layout of these items. Each Dynamics environment comes with a default site map. To customise this, a new sitemap designer […]

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Document Flow Automation for Microsoft Dynamics 365

There are so many ways to mark progress in human history. In recent decades, we’ve made huge leaps in technology and capabilities that have re-defined modern life. Xpertdoc vs. OOTB Document Generation in Dynamics 365 The evolution of document generation offers a similar picture. Progress isn’t measured only by a new product, but by automated […]

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Setting up D365 Sales and SharePoint Integration

Setting up the native SharePoint integration in Dynamics 365 can greatly benefit your organization. SharePoint allows users to store files, organize them, and provide ease of access to their colleagues. One of the biggest upsides of enabling this integration is that SharePoint offers much more storage space then D365 Sales, so you do not need […]

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How to Be Sure You’re Getting the Most Out of Your CRM Solution

If your CRM system is not doing all you hoped it would, there are two common reasons. Either the system was not set up properly with your processes in mind, or perhaps your sales team is not using it properly, or at all. To the untrained, CRM systems can seem difficult to learn and there […]

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Adding Value to Microsoft Dynamics 365 with Document Generation

Automation has always been a popular concept. Once a staple of science fiction lore, it’s now become part of modern daily lives. One example is office automation which began back in the day with basic document management.  It wasn’t long ago that everyone used typewriters and filing cabinets to manage their office documents, until PCs […]

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Dynamics 365 April 2019 Release Notes Are Here

If you have been keeping an eye on the Microsoft Documentation site, you will have noticed the "Release Notes" sections. Microsoft started publishing the Release Notes for the Spring 2018 update release as part of their update modernization of Dynamics 365. Also, these release notes will be published several weeks ahead of the new updates. […]

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Stand by for Dynamics 365 April ’19 Release Guide

Microsoft has announced the next major Dynamics 365 update will enter general availability from 5 April 2019. A release guide will be published on 21st January detailing what's new in D365 and the Microsoft Power platform. Previewing the April '19 Update From 1st February, admins will be able to test the new version and selected […]

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enCloud9 Webinar Series – Dynamics 365 Unified Interface, Outlook App, and Hubs

Microsoft Dynamics 365 continues to evolve. Among the most impactful changes for users are the new Unified Interface, the Outlook App, and Hubs. Join enCloud9 in these three webinars to understand how these changes will affect how your organization uses Dynamics 365 and how to plan for these updates.  Introduction to Dynamics 365 Unified Interface […]

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Dynamics 365 Unified Interface

Upcoming in Dynamics 365: Unified Interface With the imminent October 2018 release, Dynamics 365 users find themselves facing one of the most transformational updates in years. Much like the transition between CRM 2011 and CRM 2013, when the interface transformed from tabs on the left to tabs on the top, we are now back to […]

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