Posted on July 25, 2019 by Nicholas Hayduk
Posted on July 18, 2019 by Nicholas Hayduk
In a previous post, I asked you not to forget about CSS when customizing the user experience of some of the out-of-the-box features of the Dynamics 365 Portal product. In this post I’ll provide another example of using this technique to reduce the number of clicks required to remove a SharePoint document.
Posted on July 3, 2019 by Nicholas Hayduk
In my last post in this series on creating a custom registration form for a Dynamics 365 Portal implementation, I discuss some optional minor user experience enhancements.
Posted on June 27, 2019 by Nicholas Hayduk
In my third post in this series on creating a custom registration form for a Dynamics 365 Portal implementation, I discuss the behind the scenes processing required to get the registered user a contact record with login credentials.
Posted on June 20, 2019 by Nicholas Hayduk
In my second post in this series on creating a custom registration form for a Dynamics 365 Portal implementation, I discuss the custom entity and tying it to an Entity Form (or even a Web Form!).
Posted on June 13, 2019 by Nicholas Hayduk
While the Dynamics 365 Portal product offers flexibility in many areas, unfortunately the user registration process is not one of them. If you’re looking to add some fields to the form the user fills out when registering for your Portal, you’ll quickly find there is no simple way to do that. In this series, I’ll provide a different approach that might suit your needs if a custom user registration experience is required for your implementation.
Posted on May 29, 2019 by Nicholas Hayduk
This post covers my experience with the FastTrack for Dynamics 365 program, specifically the capabilities that help customers migrate from Dynamics 365 On-premise to Dynamics 365 Online.
Posted on May 8, 2019 by Nicholas Hayduk
In case you haven’t been able to tell, I’ve been on a bit of a Dynamics 365 Portal performance kick these days. One tool I didn’t include in my post on where to look when things are slow was the Portal Checker, which provides a self-service way to identify potential issues with your Portal, with suggestions on how to solve them.
Posted on April 29, 2019 by Nicholas Hayduk
In a January post I discussed some of the new Dynamics 365 Portal features that were expected as part of the April ’19 release. The exciting news is that these features are now available, so we can take a closer look.
Posted on April 26, 2019 by Nicholas Hayduk
It seems to be happening more and more these days that we are being asked to assist organizations that have launched a Dynamics 365 Portal but they are unhappy with the performance. If you find yourself dealing with a portal that is slower than you think it should be, this post should give you an idea of where to start looking.