Dynamics 365 CRM Newsletter 2019 Vol 1
In This Issue
  • All In! April 2019 Dynamics 365 Release is for Everyone
  • Dynamics 365 Unified Interface Enables a Consistent Experience
  • Powering a Better Physician and Patient Experience with Microsoft Dynamics 365
  • Using PowerApps to Replace Dialogs in Dynamics 365
April 2019 Dynamics 365 Release
All In! April 2019 Dynamics 365 Release is for Everyone

The April 2019 release of Dynamics 365 will be the first major platform update where all Dynamics 365 online customers will be on the latest version and ongoing update schedule in unison. It will also serve as a guide to how all major updates will occur annually, each April and October.

Dynamics 365 Unified Interface Enables a Consistent Experience

If you’re currently using Dynamics 365, it’s time to plan your transition to the updated Unified Interface.

Dynamics 365 Unified Interface
Dynamics 365 Success Story: Captify Health
Client Success: Powering a Better Physician and Patient Experience with Microsoft Dynamics 365

Captify’s core business processes were migrated to Dynamics 365 in the Microsoft cloud to better manage the workload and workflow of their care coordination. PSC delivered Captify's trusted Dynamics driven hub and architected it for the company's future.

Using PowerApps to Replace Dialogs in Dynamics 365

Microsoft recommends that moving forward, CRM Administrators use Business Process Flows (BPF) or Canvas Apps (PowerApps) instead of dialogs for any new development. Here's how to create a Canvas App in PowerApps to introduce functionality that in the past would have been accomplished by using a dialog.

Use PowerApps to Replace Dynamics 365 Dialogs
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