Run on-demand workflows with Microsoft Flow in Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement UCI Apps

February 25 2019

In this article, I will explain the steps to enable on-demand workflows in the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement (D365CE) Unified Interface. With the release of D365CE apps version 9.0, Microsoft has introduced a new user experience – Unified Interface, Unified Client Interface, or UCI – which uses responsive web design principles to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience for any screen size, device, or orientation.

About Shailesh Wath

Shailesh Wath is a D365 Field Service Architect with CloudFronts Technologies. Shailesh designs and develop system as per client needs and has a wide experience of migrating other applications to D365 Field Service & PSA. Shailesh has worked on many client projects of global implementation. Shailesh has experience in .Net and Java Applications development with total experience of 15 years. 

CloudFronts is a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner which offers complete Dynamics 365 (Customer Engagement, Finance and Operations, Business Central) implementations, Power BI Analytics, Office 365 and Azure Infrastructure services. The team has deep expertise in delivering and supporting the customers through all aspects of their implementation from strategic technology consulting and road-map, requirements assessments, project implementation, training, migration to post go live managed services and support. The company has vast experience in digitally transforming corporates in sectors such as banking & financial services, professional services, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, F&B, retail, agro-tech, non-profit and several others. 

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kmturek's picture

Your title is misleading, Flow isnt firing off any on demand workflows