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{Power 2020 Tip # 12}Navigate function in Canvas Apps
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: deepeshsomani2013 Date: 4 days ago Comments: 0

Often there is a requirement in Canvas Apps to navigate from one screen to another. Today as part of the Power 2020 series blog 12, we will be covering this concept. Overview: Navigate function is used to change the screen to be displayed from the current screen. By specifying the Navigate function on “OnSelect” property … Continue reading {Power 2020 Tip # 12}Navigate function in Canvas Apps
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{Power 2020 # 11} Feedback is a powerful tool for the community
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: deepeshsomani2013 Date: 5 days ago Comments: 0

One of the things which I occasionally write about is the non D365 and Power platform side of the house from time to time. In Blog 11 for Power 2020, I am focused to write on one such aspect of the Microsoft community. If you are just looking to have a D365 and Power platform … Continue reading {Power 2020 # 11} Feedback is a powerful tool for the community
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{Power 2020 Tip # 10} Visualizing D365 Sales Territories Hierarchy
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: deepeshsomani2013 Date: 6 days ago Comments: 0

One of the ask while visualizing the D365 Sales App is the ability to be able to see the hierarchy of the Territories. With the new D365 Sales App, this ability has been provided by Microsoft. In Power 2020 Blog 10 of the series, we will cover this feature. Here the Sales Territories are classified … Continue reading {Power 2020 Tip # 10} Visualizing D365 Sales Territories Hierarchy
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{Power 2020 Blog # 9} Thank you note and celebration for 400 posts
Category: Power Platform Author: deepeshsomani2013 Date: 2 weeks ago Comments: 0

Today, I am posting a special thank you note to all my followers, readers and kudos to you for making this milestone happen for me – this blog has reached 400 posts on its journey.   In July 2013, I started writing some articles on Dynamics CRM, developing some tools in my spare time. Getting … Continue reading {Power 2020 Blog # 9} Thank you note and celebration for 400 posts
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{Power 2020 Tip # 8} Know-how of out of box Security roles in a Power Apps environment
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: deepeshsomani2013 Date: 2 weeks ago Comments: 0

First of all, happy to share that this is my 399th post! One of the ask while using Power Apps is getting the Security configuration absolutely right. Since we are storing business data which is critical to the organization, it is absolutely important to be able to get the security roles on your Environments right. … Continue reading {Power 2020 Tip # 8} Know-how of out of box Security roles in a Power Apps environment
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{Power 2020 Tip # 7} Minimum Security role required to run a PowerApp
Category: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Author: deepeshsomani2013 Date: 2 weeks ago Comments: 0

For ages I have been asked over the same question by clients, partners and community alike. Everyone wishes to start from the minimum required Security role privileges for doing their production system. As part of Power 2020 blog 7, we will see how to utilize this awesome hidden gem from Microsoft and getting the security … Continue reading {Power 2020 Tip # 7} Minimum Security role required to run a PowerApp
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{Power 2020 Tip# 6} Adding a PowerApp to Microsoft Teams
Category: Power Platform Author: deepeshsomani2013 Date: 2 weeks ago Comments: 0

Certain times we want to empower users to utilize PowerApps right from the Microsoft Teams. With Blog 6 of the series Power 2020, let’s go through how we can achieve this: Navigate to the Apps section and select Add to Teams option by expanding the Menu under …(three dots) Click on Download App button on … Continue reading {Power 2020 Tip# 6} Adding a PowerApp to Microsoft Teams
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