The third part of this post is about extending the business process flow for a single entity, which was discussed in this post, to a multi-entity flow. If you are not sure what a business process flow is in Dynamics CRM 2013, take a look at another post here.
In a previous post I mentioned a new CRM 2013 functionality called “Business Process Flows”. In this I shall discuss how users can build their own business process flows.
CRM 2013 has introduced a new functionality known as “Business Process Flows” (not to be confused with “Business Rules”, “Real-Time Workflows” or “Background Processes” – they are all different functionalities in CRM 2013!). In this post I shall focus on “Business Process Flows” and why I think this is one of the most important new additions to Dynamics CRM 2013.