Power Apps component framework (PCF)

Well Hello, Power Apps component framework (PCF), where have you been all my life. I just love your Modern web best practices optimized for performance with high Reusability. Have you also fallen in love with PCF's? if not yet then let me convince you by the power of example (Scroll down to see) Facts about … Continue reading Power Apps component framework (PCF)

PowerApps Pen Input – Have issues? Problem solved! (Sharepoint and CDS)

PowerApp “Pen input” control is different, like way more different than fx. Camera control. For the untrained eye that tries to extract its image, it seems that you only get access to a local blob storage URL (appres://blobmanager/). A ton of blogposts has more or less Complex descriptions on how to partly solve the extraction … Continue reading PowerApps Pen Input – Have issues? Problem solved! (Sharepoint and CDS)

Have Microsoft Teams Automate Dynamics/PowerApps Security Role assignment

Why not delegate the responsibility for assigning Dynamics/PowerApps/CDS security role to people outside of IT to get it closer to the people that actually are using the apps. ( if possible then why not ) Why not have a security role assignments in Dynamics/PowerApps/CDS connected with Microsoft Team Teams usually already created for Superuser, Department or … Continue reading Have Microsoft Teams Automate Dynamics/PowerApps Security Role assignment

Automate Dynamics/PowerApps Security Role assignment in 2 Easy peasy lemon squeeze steps

Let us squeeze this lemon to automate as much as possible of the tedious work regarding the administration of a Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement or PowerApps. The most natural tedious work to automate with the most significant impact will be the Security Role assignment if you ask me so let us explore how to automate … Continue reading Automate Dynamics/PowerApps Security Role assignment in 2 Easy peasy lemon squeeze steps

Automate License & Security Role assignment in 2 Easy peasy lemon squeeze steps

Let us squeeze this lemon to automate as much as possible of the tedious work regarding the administration of a Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement or PowerApps. The most natural tedious work to automate with the most significant impact would be Security and license assignment if you ask me. But why automate License and Security Role … Continue reading Automate License & Security Role assignment in 2 Easy peasy lemon squeeze steps

Automate Microsoft License assignment as Easy as 1-2-3

Let us squeeze this lemon to automate as much as possible of the tedious work regarding the administration of a Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement or PowerApps. The most natural tedious work to automate with the most significant impact will be the license assignment if you ask me, so let us explore how to automate this … Continue reading Automate Microsoft License assignment as Easy as 1-2-3

Designing Microsoft Flow in Visio

Take advantage of auto-generation Microsoft Flow from Visio BPMN 2.0 compliant diagrams. It is more productive than you might think... see step by step guide below. Creation a process diagrams on the Visio canvas and with a few click export the workflow to Microsoft Flow and to start automating whatever you do in your business. … Continue reading Designing Microsoft Flow in Visio

Exam prep guide MB-230: Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Service

So there is a new bunch of Dynamics 365 certification out and it is, therefore, time either take the opportunity to learn or to prove that you know, the latest Dynamics 365 stuff. As always old certification will be deprecated and new will take their place …so… ready, set, go. In this blog post, I … Continue reading Exam prep guide MB-230: Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Service

Bye, Bye Annoying Warning “The email below might contain script or content that is potentially harmful and has been blocked.”

Not one week go by where I do not get a question from a Dynamics 365 Customer engagement user or admin on how to get rid of the warning on Emails in Dynamics that contains HTML components, such as <script> or <style>. Good news is that it now can be gone with a simple setting. … Continue reading Bye, Bye Annoying Warning “The email below might contain script or content that is potentially harmful and has been blocked.”