From the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blogs: Custom fields, biz rules in Dynamics 365; Conquering ActivityParty; Fix broken case forms

A selection of the latest insight from the Dynamics CRM blogs:

  • In Dynamics 365, Sometimes Custom Is the Way to Go
  • Business Rules - Dynamics 365
  • CRM 2016 - ActivityParty and ActivityParty Lists
  • Beware of Legacy Forms and How to Fix Broken Case Forms After Upgrade

In Dynamics 365, Sometimes Custom Is the Way to Go

On the Ledgeview Partners blog, Chad Collett stated that Microsoft Dynamics 365 allows organizations to capture important information right out of the box. And the configuration that's necessary to capture pertinent information can often include adding out-of-the-box fields to a form.

Sometimes, however, Collett stated that it might make sense to create a custom field even though an out-of-the-box field seems to be available.


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