Note: Workflows in Dynamics CRM should not be confused with “Business Rules” and “Business Process Flows”. For more information on both of those topics, see my earlier posts on Business Rules and Business Process Flows.
CRM 2013 has introduced three new controls that users can work with on an entity form that has been “refreshed” (i.e. a form that is displayed in the new UX offered by CRM 2013). In this blog post I shall focus on these three controls, namely, inline lookup control, inline subgrid controls and composite controls.
I am very happy to see that Microsoft has improved the ways notes can be created/edited/deleted in CRM 2013. In this post I shall explain the new improvements …
In this post I want to share with you another new feature in CRM 2013: the ability for a form’s content to be dynamically resized and rearranged on the page based on the width of the form on display.
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.
Just a quick update on the issues I mentioned with “Auto-Save” in CRM 2013 in an earlier post The Dreaded Auto-Save: I think there is hope that the mis-matching titles issues have been resolved and users won’t see this in the final release of the product in October. Microsoft support says they can no longer reproduce this issue in their latest codebase. Let’s hope that really is true! Fingers crossed!
Note: CRM 2013 is not due to be released until October 2013. The information provided in this blog might different from the final product.
However, I started to play with it in the beta release of CRM 2013 and I found the functionality somewhat incomplete. Let me elaborate in this post….