I wanted to put reference to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Roadmap page hosted by Microsoft on this site as I feel it needs to get some credit from Microsoft for sharing this information and allowing us to keep up to date with the roadmap relating to Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
You can click through the various categories of What’s New, In Preview, In Development, Postponed and Previous Released to see what fall’s into each of those categories
Visit the roadmap by heading over to the following link: http://crmroadmap.dynamics.com/
I thought I would add reference to this Office Blog post as it was quite useful.
Vacation is a time to relax. However, the weeks leading up to it can often be as stressful as the time off is fun, as you rush to get packed and finish all those important to-dos before you set your “Out of Office” message. We want to take one thing off your to-do list.
Outlook on the web now makes it easier to clear your calendar and automatically decline meetings before you head out for some time away from the office. When you set an automatic reply in Outlook on the web, Outlook will offer to do the following on your behalf:
- Block your calendar so people know you’re away.
- Clear existing meetings on your calendar by declining/canceling them.
- Automatically send a response to incoming invitations while you’re away.
If you need to remove a document template embedded into your Microsoft Word document, then follow the quick steps below (written for MS Word 2016):
- Go to File > Options
- Select Add-ins
- In the Manage option set, select Templates, click Go…
Now you will be shown the following screen:
Remove/Clear the Document template text area (020140918.dotx as shown in my example above) and click OK.
Hope that helps?
I was interviewed recently by MS Dynamics World regarding my time with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The full interview of this is now available online.
You can read the full article (once logged in) here: http://msdynamicsworld.com/story/greg-olsen-life-dynamics-crm-mvp-just-ducky
Each time you signed up for an online trial of Microsoft Dynamics CRM for the Country of New Zealand, the default currency wasn’t set to New Zealand Dollar (NZD, $).
Therefore I put a request here via Microsoft Connect to have this fixed. Well, once again, Microsoft has listened and made the change and now all Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online sign-ups for the country of New Zealand now have their currency set to New Zealand Dollar (NZD, $).
Its a small fix, but an important one.
It has arrived. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 is here.
Available both as CRM Online and on-premises in 130 markets and 44 languages, Dynamics CRM 2016 is focused on empowering employees to deliver the optimal experiences to customers, as well as engaging customers across all channels
Jujhar Singh the new leader of Microsoft’s CRM Business Applications group, after Bob Stutz left Microsoft, has posted a great blog post with the announcement of CRM 2016. I recommend you head over to the link below and take a read of this announcement.
You will be seeing more blog posts over the next few weeks relating to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016, so stay tuned.
Microsoft Dynamics Global Pricing is available online and helpful if you need to know the price list for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Dynamics Marketing, Social Engagement and Parature in multiple counties and currencies around the world.
Just recently Microsoft has added the License Segments to this listing, which helps if you would like to know pricing for the following Segments:
You can view the global price list here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/pricing-list.aspx