In today’s blog, we’ll be looking at the new and improved Social Pane, known as the “Timeline,” which recently made its debut in Dynamics 365 Unified interfaces.
In today’s Dynamics 365 In Focus video, PowerObjects CTO, Marco answers some frequently asked questions about GDPR and how it impacts our Dynamics 365 customers.
As a sponsor of last week’s Focus 2018 user group conference in Indianapolis, PowerObjects is proud to have sent a number of speakers to present on all things Dynamics 365.
In this blog we share three reasons why you should get excited about the spring 2018 updates to PowerApps and Microsoft Flow!
Agile methodology can be an excellent choice when managing Dynamics 365 implementations. With the use of user stories and requirements, a common question can be how much time will this take?
Our Dynamics 365 University offerings focuses on out-of-the-box features and functionality training to help bring success to your system implementation.
In today’s blog, we will walk through the steps on how to change the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Social Pane View to Activities on a form.
With the deadline to meet the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) fast approaching, we want to make it easier for our customers to collect the consent they need from their clients, and track that in Dynamics 365.
Read this blog to save some time and effort when dealing with creating custom third party applications that need authentication to Microsoft Dynamics 365.
PowerObjects was a sponsor and contributor of educational Microsoft Dynamics 365 content galore at this year’s D365 User Group Summit EMEA in Dublin. Check out our recap video of the event to see what we were up to during the week!
The Dynamics 365 App Designer is a great feature that allows for the creating of custom apps that define which components of Dynamics 365 will be presented.
For businesses that have an international or global presence, language translations for customizations, configuration, and accompanying documentation may be required. In this blog we discuss some items to consider as you plan your Dynamics 365 translations.